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Russia and the United States: The Forgotten History of a Brotherhood
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Russia and the United States: The Forgotten History of a Brotherhood
October 16, 2019

Both President Lincoln and Czar Alexander II recognised that the sovereignty of the individual and of a nation were intertwined and that Russia and the United States had become united in this cause.

Whales, Crickets, and Other Fearsome Russian Doomsday Weapons
May 3, 2019

Headlines and TV news segments from virtually all mainstream outlets were falling all over themselves the other day to report the fact that some Norwegians found a tame beluga whale with a harness on it, and “experts” attest that the animal may have been part of a covert espionage program for the Russian navy.

Whales, Crickets, and Other Fearsome Russian Doomsday Weapons
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K-433 Svyatoy Georgiy Pobedonosets (St. George the Victorious): Nuclear Triad Workhorse
K-433 Svyatoy Georgiy Pobedonosets (St. George the Victorious): Nuclear Triad Workhorse
October 14, 2018

The K-433 underwater cruiser is part of Project 667, a BDR Kalmar-class (Delta III) submarine carrying 16 missiles each with a range of 9,000-kilometres. Let's take a look at life and work aboard this veteran Russian sub.

Russia Tests New Kh-35U Unified Cruise Missile
October 5, 2018

The Kh-35U is a formidable weapon, boasting both high speed as well as evasive terminal profiles. Many details remain classified, but there is little doubt the missile has effective ECCM.

Russia Tests New Kh-35U Unified Cruise Missile
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Russia Marks Navy Day: Credible Deterrent to Keep Enemies at Bay
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Russia Marks Navy Day: Credible Deterrent to Keep Enemies at Bay
July 30, 2018

Russia’s 2017 Naval Doctrine set the goal of building a strong force to enable the country to achieve and hold the leading positions in the world until 2030. And it is already clear that the nation has made a strong comeback as a sea power.

New Bulava Missile Enters Service with Russian Navy
July 11, 2018

No pole in the multi-polar world can do without adequate sea power. Putting the Bulava to sea allows Russia to preserve strategic parity with the US within the limits of the New START treaty and remain a global leader.

New Bulava Missile Enters Service with Russian Navy
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Upgraded to New M3M Standard, Tu-22 Takes to Sky in August
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Upgraded to New M3M Standard, Tu-22 Takes to Sky in August
June 9, 2018

The successful updates to Russia’s long-range aviation forces illustrate the ability of the Russian defense industry to meet the challenges of today.

Russian Navy Tests Four Bulava SLBMs in Salvo
May 27, 2018

This element of Russia’s nuclear triad offers the best of modern technology to guarantee the inevitability of retaliation in case of attack as it’s impossible to destroy it in a first strike.

Russian Navy Tests Four Bulava SLBMs in Salvo
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