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This Occasional Paper examines transport and logistical inadequacies in Russia's Far East and assesses the implications for the country's economy and security.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
As fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh continues into its second week, Russia faces a dilemma about how to respond to the crisis. And Turkey’s newly assertive approach is challenging Russia’s established position of regional dominance.
Russia is working hard to maintain its influence in Belarus, and this has revealed itself in some surprising ways.
The attempt to kill Russia’s most resourceful opposition leader tells us a great deal about both President Vladimir Putin’s fears and weaknesses.
Alexandra St John Murphy and Benno Zogg
Unprecedented protests leave Belarus irrevocably changed and civil society awakened. While events are not geopolitical in origin, this domestic upheaval will have long-term international implications.
Bitter exchanges between Russia and Poland over the Second World War highlight the impact of historical memory on real-world security concerns.
Elisabeth Braw and Gary Brown
Targeting individuals rather than states might be a better way of deterring cyber attacks.
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
A lecture by Andrew Lownie, literary agent and author.
His Excellency Mr Alexander Grushko, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to NATO spoke at RUSI on the future of Russia-NATO relations.