By Stephen M. Harris
This can be a learn of the British army intelligence operations in the course of the Crimean battle. It info the beginnings of the intelligence operations because of the British Commander, Lord Raglan's, desire for info at the enemy, and strains the following improvement of the procedure.
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130 The American government sought American-led and directed collective security with the new democratic Russia to play the role of follower. 131 This threat in itself was sufficiently daunting but when coupled with attempts by the United States to counter Russia’s consolidation as an influential centre of the international system, the menace to Russian interests was clear. ’133 Russia was also highly concerned with the increasing movement towards unilateralism in American foreign policy. 135 Russian policy-makers saw the system of international relations developing in such a way as to exclude Russian influence, while policies on the international agenda were increasingly touching on issues of concern to Russia.