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The Jamestown Foundation: Putin's Regime Is in Trouble - and Is Intent on Making Trouble for Neighbors

The elections in Russia are a major step in the ongoing transformation of the Putin regime from populist authoritarianism to a dictatorship that treats any dissent as a security challenge.
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Moscow Has Its Own Humiliating History in Afghanistan - the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Russia has been eyeing the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan with schadenfreude. But the Kremlin does not relish the prospect of an unstable Afghanistan. Paul Stronski, a senior researcher at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, wrote about this in his article “Forget Schadenfreude. What Does the Kremlin Really Think About Afghanistan?”
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Russia's Most Important Strategy Is Intimidation - CSIS

Russia has not taken any concrete steps to develop the principles of responsible and ethical use of new and breakthrough technologies (EDTs) in the military sector. This is stated in the article of the American Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) “Russia and the Technological Race in an Era of Great Power Competition”, published in the CSIS educational program “Understanding the Russian Military Today”.
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Happy Day of Military Intelligence of Ukraine!

Hardened by war, always one step ahead of others, on the front lines of our state's defense, military intelligence officers know the price of freedom and are ready to lay down their own lives for the lives of many.