Kirill Shamiev on civil-military relations in the USA and Russia
Michael Kofman on salient trends in Russian military strategy and doctrinal thought, as opposed to the mythical Gerasimov Doctrine
Pavel Luzin considers why the Russian armed forces end this decade in a place of deep uncertainty
Michael Kofman sees ties deepening between China and Russia. But there are limits to a defence pact based on few joint objectives besides their shared sense of confrontation with the United States.
Pavel Luzin considers why the Kremlin is undermining its own efforts for nuclear weapons control, and what this mean for the START treaty.
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
The fourth part of the series ‘Safety first’: the changing role of veterans’ organisations in Russia
Part One of ‘Safety first’ examines how broadly defined security issues became the most important ideological and material factor undergirding Russian politics today
Pavel Luzin considers the political and economic factors which make Rostec worth watching
Pavel Luzin explores the realities of Russia’s nuclear missile capabilities, and what this means for future arms limitation talks