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Russia’s readiness gives it an edge on modern battlefield
Russia gained a 'treasure trove' of intelligence on the US's best fighter jets in Syria
Boris Johnson in Moscow: Determining What’s Possible (Op-ed)
Sarah Lain reviews Everyone Loses: The Ukraine Crisis and the Ruinous Contest for Post-Soviet Eurasia, by Samuel Charap and Timothy J Colton.
Edward Hunter Christie
This article adds to existing research by using quantitative scenarios and counterfactual analyses of Russia’s fiscal conditions under different assumed levels of ambition for defence procurement spending.
Natia Seskuria and Igor Sutyagin
With limited resources, Georgia has few options when it comes to defending itself against Russian aggression. The answer for Tbilisi has been a strategy of ‘Total Defence’.
As part of its comprehensive nuclear forces modernisation programme, Moscow is reviving a powerful and evasive nuclear system which proved a targeting nightmare for NATO during the Cold War
As the Ukraine crisis pushes Russia to turn to China as an alternative economic partner, it remains to be seen whether the relationship can be one of equals
Fears that the US’s global aerial dominance will soon be challenged by the fifth-generation fighters under development by Russia and China are overstated – for now.
Russia's combination of hybrid conventional warfare and nuclear threats are circumventing the West's military strength
The NATO summit in Wales will be a watershed moment for the Alliance as it finds itself in pole position to respond to the Russian challenge to European security
The Saint Petersburg attack is a reminder that sophisticated terror plots are still a real threat
Russia: Sound, fury, but not much clout
Is China prepared for a new mantle in Central Asia amid the roll-out of its belt and road?
Lifting sanctions against Russia would be an abandonment of British principles
Dr Igor Sutyagin
Igor Sutyagin on Trump and Russia