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12 May 2016
# 1'2016 issue (March - April) of Eksport Vooruzheniy Journal is released

29 April 2016
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17 March 2016
Moscow Defense Brief # 1, 2016 is released

14 March 2016
# 1'2016 issue (January-February) of Eksport Vooruzheniy Journal is released

02 February 2016
# 6'2015 issue (November-December) of Eksport Vooruzheniy Journal is released

29 December 2015
Moscow Defense Brief # 6, 2015 is released

13 November 2015
# 5'2015 issue (September-October) of Eksport Vooruzheniy Journal is released

12 November 2015
Moscow Defense Brief # 5, 2015 is released

17 September 2015
# 4'2015 issue (July-August) of Eksport Vooruzheniy Journal is released

07 September 2015
Moscow Defense Brief # 4, 2015 is released

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16 March 2016
Russia flies out almost half Syria strike force: Reuters analysis
14 February 2016
Book Review: 'Brothers Armed: Military Aspects of the Crisis in Ukraine'
26 January 2016
Is Russia's Military Really Punching Above Its Weight?
13 December 2015
Commentary: Russia Must Walk a Fine Line With West Amid Crises in Ukraine, Syria
09 October 2015
Why Russia Needs an Exit Strategy in Syria
A Russia defense expert analyzes the Syria conflict
09 August 2015
Analyst: Russian Industry Faces Challenges Unique to “Putin’s Russia”
An interview with Ruslan Pukhov, Director of CAST
27 May 2015
Nothing “Hybrid” About Russia’s War in Ukraine
Russia's actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine over the past year gave rise in the West to a widespread theory about some kind of "hybrid war," an innovative form of military intervention that Moscow created specifically for this crisis. However, upon closer inspection, the term hybrid war is more a propaganda tool than hard fact and any attempt to fully define it strips the idea of any novelty.
06 May 2015
Economic Crisis Slows Putin’s Plans to Modernize Russian Military
Moscow quietly scales back project to replace Soviet-era armaments amid defense cuts
21 April 2015
Russia in ‘Crisis’ Over $433 Billion Defense Revamp, Group Says
Russia has reached a „crisis” as it struggles to maintain plans to spend 23 trillion rubles ($433 billion) on revamping its military at a time of economic contraction, a defense research group said.
19 April 2015
No Iran Deal on the Horizon for Russia
Observers have interpreted President Vladimir Putin’s recent decision to lift the ban on shipping Russia’s S-300 air defense systems to Iran as a sign that the Kremlin intends to immediately deliver those weapons.
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