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ANATOLY BOLYATKO is a Chief Researcher of the Far Eastern Studies Institute, Professor of International Affairs, Doctor of Sciences (military), Academician of the Russian Academy of Military Sciences and International Information Sciences Academy, and Major General (Retired). He was the head of the Soviet military delegations in 1988-91 during the creation of agreements with the United States, Canada, and Greece on the prevention of dangerous military activities. He also took part in the creation of the START-I and CFE Treaties. His areas of specialization include many aspects of national security, nuclear weapons issues, cooperative security in Northeast Asia and the Northern Pacific, and prevention of dangerous military activities.
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Authored by Major General (Retired) Anatoly Bolyatko, Peggy Falkenheim Meyer. Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
In May 1995, the British Ministry of Defence, the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College, the RAND Corporation, the Institute for National Security Studies of the U.S. Air Force Academy, and King's College, London, hosted a conference at King's College on "Russian Defense and Security Policy."