Pavel Luzin considers Rosatom’s role in Africa and its influence on Russia’s foreign policy
Pavel Luzin examines the most pressing problem facing Russia’s defence industry in 2020s
Pavel Luzin on why the Russian authorities want space start-ups – and why they are all doomed
Pavel Luzin considers why the Russian armed forces end this decade in a place of deep uncertainty
Pavel Luzin on why the Russian army has once again become a source of bad news
Pavel Luzin writes that Russia’s headline-grabbing “wars” within the security services are nothing of the sort — they are the natural result of a government which violates its own laws
The Steinmeier Formula is not a reason for optimism, nor for alarmism, writes Pavel Luzin
Pavel Luzin considers why the Kremlin is undermining its own efforts for nuclear weapons control, and what this mean for the START treaty.
State-owned and state-controlled companies have come to play a crucial role in managing Russia and guaranteeing stability in the regions. But can the Kremlin depend on them alone in the turbulent years ahead?
Pavel Luzin discusses the Russian Navy’s limited prospects for the future
Why has the S-400 missile system become such an important instrument of Russian diplomacy?
Part four of “Russian Media: Moscow and Beyond Calling”: on the place of the military’s press in Russia’s media landscape