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Article: Russia’s Nuclear Policy: Worrying for the Wrong Reasons

Bruno Tertrais, Survival-Global Politics and Strategy, April-May 2018 The Russian nuclear problem is real and serious – but it is political more than it is military. The dominant narrative about Russia’s nuclear weapons in Western strategic literature since the beginning

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Report: Strategic Warning on NATO’s Eastern Flank – Pitfalls, Prospects, and Limits

Mark R. Cozad, RAND Corporation, March 2018 Since 2008, Russia’s military has embarked on an extensive modernization program designed to overcome shortfalls in readiness, competence, sustainability, and deployability. These and changes in logistics and operational capability have raised concerns about

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Blogpost: Information Warfare isn’t Russian – It’s American as Apple Pie

Erick Waage and David V. Gioe, Strategy Bridge, March 8, 2017 Both pundits and the American public are still seeking to understand the information-related events that occurred during 2016 Presidential Election and probably will be for some time. However, the US

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Document: Defense Intelligence Agency Releases Russia Military Power Assessment

Defence Intelligence Agency, June 28, 2017 „The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) today released “Russia Military Power,” a report that examines the core capabilities of the resurgent Russian military.  It is the first in a series of unclassified military power assessments

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Article: Russia escalates spy games after years of U.S. neglect

Ali Watkins, Politico, June 1st, 2017 Lawmakers and intelligence officials say that the United States missed opportunities to crack down on Russian espionage efforts. In the throes of the 2016 campaign, the FBI found itself with an escalating problem: Russian

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