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Russia and the former soviet republics

Russia and The Former Soviet Republics


Russia and the former soviet republics

History

Unified Commands

Current Events

SCIS Video

Politics

Economics

Society, Culture and the Environment

Foreign Policy Issues

US Interests

Russia in Transition

Overview


History

History

  • Early Contact

    • William Seward

  • WW I

  • Interwar years

  • WW II

  • Cold War

  • US – USSR Treaties

  • US Assistance since the end of the cold war

  • Former Soviet Republics


Us european command useucom

US European Command (USEUCOM)

  • MISSION

    • Support and advance U.S. interest and policies throughout the assigned area of responsibility; provide combat ready land, maritime, and air forces to Allied Command Europe or U.S. unified commands; and conduct operations unilaterally or in concert with coalition partners.

    • Headquarters: Patch Barracks, in Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany


Useucom

USEUCOM

  • AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • The area of responsibility (AOR) of the United States European Command covers more than 21 million square miles and includes 93 countries and territories. This territory extends from the North Cape of Norway, through the waters of the Baltic and Mediterranean seas, most of Europe, parts of the Middle east, to the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa.


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USEUCOM

  • Effective 1 Oct 1998, the AOR of USEUCOM expanded to include six Western Slavic and Caucasus states of the former Soviet Union. These six nations are:


Useucom aor

USEUCOM AOR

  • Armenia

  • Azerbaijan

  • Belarus

  • Georgia

  • Moldova

  • Ukraine


Russia and the former soviet republics

History Of USEUCOM

  • Trace Origin to the European Theater of Operations in WW II

    • Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces

    • European Command


Russia and the former soviet republics

US Air Forces Europe (USAFE)

  • Mission: USAFE’s mission is to provide the Joint Force Commander rapidly deployable expeditionary aerospace forces capable of conducting the full spectrum of military operations.

  • Headquarters: Ramstein Air Base, Germany

  • AOR: Same as USEUCOM


Us central command uscentcom

US Central Command (USCENTCOM)

  • MISSION

    • "A flexible and versatile command into the twenty-first century . . . trained, positioned, and ready to defend the nation's vital interests, promote peace and stability, deter conflict in the central region; and, if necessary, be prepared to wage unrelenting, simultaneous joint and combined operations to achieve victory in war."

    • Headquarters: MacDill AFB, Florida


Uscentcom

USCENTCOM

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (AOR)

  • 27 culturally and economically diverse nations located throughout the Horn of Africa, South and Central Asia, and Northern Red Sea regions, as well as the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq.


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USCENTCOM

  • The most recent additions are five Central Asian countries now considered part of CENTCOM’s AREA OF Responsibility

  • The Central Asian nations of:

  • Kyrgyzstan

  • Kazakhstan

  • Turkmenistan

  • Uzbekistan

  • Tajikistan


Russia and the former soviet republics

History Of USCENTCOM

  • USCENTCOM can trace its history to the establishment of the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force (RDJTF) on March 1, 1980

  • USCENTCOM activated as a Unified Combatant Command on Jan 1, 1983.


Politics

Politics


Economics

Economics


Social culture and the environment

Social, Culture and the Environment


Foreign policy issues

Foreign Policy Issues


Us interests

US Interests


Russia and the former soviet republics

History

Unified Commands

Current Events

SCIS Video

Politics

Economics

Society, Culture and the Environment

Foreign Policy Issues

US Interests

Russia in Transition

Summary


Questions

Questions


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