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    RUSSIAN THREAT. In response to Russian aggression NATO is conducting exercises in the non-stop. 
    May04

    RUSSIAN THREAT. In response to Russian aggression NATO is conducting exercises in the non-stop. 

    RUSSIAN THREAT. In response to Russian aggression NATO is conducting exercises in the non-stop May 4th Observers have noted that after the Russian invasion and capture of the Crimea to the east of Ukraine and in particular after the open threats of nuclear bombings of Europe, NATO and the United States to fundamentally review their military plans...

    The Long Arm of Russian “Soft” Power
    May04

    The Long Arm of Russian “Soft” Power

    Anxious about losing ground to Western influence in the post-Soviet space and the ousting of pro-Russia elites by popular electoral uprisings in the early 2000s, the Kremlin has developed a range of proxy groups in support of its foreign policy. This network of pro-Kremlin groups promotes the Russian World (Russkiy Mir), a flexible tool that...

    RBC Owner Prokhorov Takes Stock After Police Raids
    May04

    RBC Owner Prokhorov Takes Stock After Police Raids

    Naming Russians cited in Panama Papers may have been the last straw for the independent media group. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    What Is the US Military Doing in the Baltics?
    May04

    What Is the US Military Doing in the Baltics?

    Get ready for the new cold war, which will no doubt turn hot if Hillary Clinton gets into the White House: NATO has just announced it is “considering” the addition of 4,000 more troops to be stationed in Poland and the Baltic states, i.e. right on Russia’s western border. The Washington Post helpfully informs us that this is being done “to...

    Report: Missile launcher that downed MH17 belongs to the Russian army
    May04

    Report: Missile launcher that downed MH17 belongs to the Russian army

    The missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine on 17 July 2014, killing all 298 people onboard, was fired by a missile launcher belonging to Russia’s army, a report revealed yesterday (3 May). …read more Source:...

    How Russia Terrorizes Children & Destroys Lives in Occupied Crimea
    May04

    How Russia Terrorizes Children & Destroys Lives in Occupied Crimea

    Safiyeka and Bekir Kuku have not seen their father since armed officers burst into their home in Yalta on Feb 11 and took Emir-Huseyn Kuku away. It is not the first time their father, a lawyer and human rights activist has been detained since Russia’s annexation of Crimea. This time, however, the children’s Babashka has not come home...

    Die verlorene Ziffer – Buk 3×2
    May04

    Die verlorene Ziffer – Buk 3×2

    Kompletter Bericht: (DE) (EN) (RU) Im November 2014 veröffentlichte Bellingcat einem Bericht, in dem der Buk TELAR (Startfahrzeug für Luftabwehrraketen), der für den Abschuss von Malaysia Airlines Flug 17 verantwortlich ist, als „Buk 3×2“ identifiziert wurde. Die Identifizierung ergab auch, dass das Fahrzeug von der russischen 53....

    Lofty Ideals, Practical Efforts: Turkish Engagement in Central Asia
    May04

    Lofty Ideals, Practical Efforts: Turkish Engagement in Central Asia

    Though its Central Asian ambitions failed to live up to their original promise, Turkey has positioned itself as an important player in the region. May 3, 2016 By Allen Park Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Ashgabat alongside top officials from several former Soviet republics last December to help Turkmenistan mark the 20th...

    The Lost Digit: Buk 3×2
    May04

    The Lost Digit: Buk 3×2

    Full report: (EN) (RU) (DE) In November 2014, Bellingcat published a report that identified the Buk TELAR (missile launcher) that downed Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 as “Buk 3×2,” originating from Russia’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade of Kursk. The Buk was called 3×2 due to an obscured middle digit, which was not identifiable at the...

    Russia’s Defense Industry Creaks Under High-Tech Military Demands
    May03

    Russia’s Defense Industry Creaks Under High-Tech Military Demands

    Despite Russia’s defense budget sequestration, ranging from 5 to 10 percent depending on the source, the political-military leadership continues to put a brave face on meeting the expectations generated by its fantastically ambitious rearmament plans to 2020. The Kremlin, no doubt buoyed by the performance of the Russian Armed Forces in...

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