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AssessmentsApr 26, 2019 | 09:00 GMT
Russian air force personnel secure a Tu-160 strategic long-range bomber upon landing on Dec. 10, 2018, at Maiquetia airport outside Caracas, Venezuela.
Prior Interventions Can Help Us Understand Russia's Military Plans in Venezuela
In the past five years, Russia has engaged in two major military actions abroad, one in Ukraine and the other in Syria. In both cases, Russia began with a limited and unofficial force structure, only to ramp it up into a larger, more official and more sustained military presence. Similarities between
GuidanceDec 13, 2018 | 00:35 GMT
Russian air force personnel stand in front of a Tupolev Tu-160 long-range strategic bomber upon landing at Simon Bolivar International Airport, north of Caracas, Venezuela, on Dec. 10, 2018.
The Explosive Implications of Russian Bombers in Venezuela
Russia is reportedly considering a long-term military presence in Venezuela. According to a Dec. 11 report from Russian paper Nezavisimaya Gazeta that cited anonymous sources, Russian Tu-160 strategic bombers could be based in Venezuela. The report says that Russian and Venezuelan officials agreed to put the planes at a Venezuelan
ReflectionsMar 27, 2017 | 22:24 GMT
Protesters gathered by the thousands in cities across Russia on March 26 to demonstrate against government corruption. Though the protests were far smaller than the mass demonstrations that rocked the Kremlin in 2011-12, they were more widespread.
Small Demonstrations of Wider Misery in Russia
When it comes to protests, size does matter. Nationwide demonstrations against government corruption took place across Russia on Sunday, organized by opposition leader Alexei Navalny to coincide with the 17th anniversary of Vladimir Putin's initial election to the presidency. And as expected, estimates of the turnout vary widely. The Kremlin claims 8,000 people attended the protests in Moscow, along with a few hundred more spread out across other Russian cities. The opposition, on the other hand, asserted that 30,000 protesters marched in the capital, with thousands of demonstrators active elsewhere. Either way, the events -- Russia's largest protests in five years -- fell well short of the mass demonstrations that drew hundreds of thousands of Russians to the streets in 2011-12 to decry allegedly rigged parliamentary elections and Putin's return to the presidency. But what the overall demonstrations lacked in scale, they made up for in scope.
Contributor PerspectivesJul 13, 2016 | 07:59 GMT
Collapse of civilization?
The Dawn of a New Dark Age
Media outlets have dubbed the Brexit the beginning of the end. Are the events of 2016 harbingers of a new dark age? If we look back deeper into history, we find examples of collapses from which no one would say that civilization "relatively quickly" righted itself. These periods raise some troubling questions for the 21st century.
AssessmentsMar 29, 2016 | 10:57 GMT
A Subtle Manipulation of Russian Elections
With Russian parliamentary elections on the horizon, the Kremlin is already making plans to ensure that the ruling United Russia party stays in power. Party leaders are anxious to avoid a repeat of the 2011 elections, when mass protests swept the country after the government manipulated election results. This year,
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