The exposure by a Moscow cyber security company of widespread U.S. cyber espionage takes the debate about cyber warfare to a new level. Especially given the fact that the U.S. intelligence warns that Russia poses a cyber threat to the U.S.
With the large-scale “Spring” rally scheduled for this weekend, there is an increasing feel of worry among Russia’s population about the future of the country. So what’s next and how will the Kremlin respond to the demand for change?
At Tufts University, the four-day EPIIC conference is attracting some of the leading Russia experts to discuss topics related to Moscow’s role in the modern world order, including the future of Russia-U.S. relations
RD Interview: The Ukraine conflict is much more dangerous than any of the other conflicts in the post-Soviet space, says Thomas de Waal of the Carnegie Endowment, because of the risk that it could become a proxy war
Until words match deeds, there is little hope that a lasting peace will result in Eastern Ukraine. The crisis in Ukraine may have stabilized over the past week, but for how long?
Providing military aid to Libya to help fight ISIS could mark the start of Moscow’s new strategy to prevent a spillover of radical Islam to the Caucasus. It may also be part of a plan to expand Moscow’s naval presence in the Mediterranean
In the first of our “RD Insight” video series, Andrey Baykov, Associate Professor at MGIMO University, talks about Putin`s strategy in Ukraine