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Russian Navy Shows Off Ships For Day of Submariner
The navy flaunts a new Borey-style missile cruiser.
Russia Says it Won’t Destroy Missiles U.S. Claims Break INF Treaty
“We will not knock on a closed door,” the Foreign Ministry said of its proposals to keep the treaty active.
Russia Will Deploy New Missiles to Defend Arctic, Admiral Says
“They’re designed to ensure the safety of airspace over the Northern Sea Route,” the commander of Russia’s Northern Fleet said.
Russia to Re-Educate ‘Brainwashed’ Youth in Patriotic Camps
Russia's Security Council secretary has linked youth crimes with “mind games through social networks.”
Russian Military Is Bigger and Stronger Than in 2012, Defense Minister Says
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said the expansions have made Russia's armed forces more capable of projecting influence abroad.
barred from battleship
Female Naval Cadets Say Russia Not Ready for Women in Combat Roles
Politika said she was satisfied with her future role on shore — the only option women have in today's Russian navy.
Russia Will Deploy New Missiles Targeting Europe if U.S. Does, Envoy Warns
"The whole territory of European countries will be covered,” Russia's ambassador to the U.S. said.
Putin Signs Decree Suspending INF Nuclear Pact
Russia has accused Washington of breaking the accord.
Russian Arms Makers Lost $760M Due to U.S. Sanctions, Official Says
Around 80 percent of Russian-made small arms and ammunition were exported to the U.S. and Europe before sanctions.
Russia to Bolster Flanks With New Military Units in 2019
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said the reinforcements will counter increased NATO presence in the region.
U.S. Army Estimates Russian Military Capability Will Peak in 2028
Russia has been modernizing its military while the U.S. has been engaged in fighting insurgencies in the Middle East.
Defender of the Fatherland
Moscow’s Gorky Park Under Fire for Striptease Celebration of Patriotic Holiday
Moscow’s famed Gorky Park has launched an internal investigation after a video surfaced online of an erotic dance that was organized by the park&rsquo...
Russia Starts Countrywide Parade of Syrian War Trophies, in Photos
The exhibition features a so-called "jihad mobile" used by militants in Syria.
Despite Putin's Swagger, Russia Struggles to Modernize Its Navy
The navy's problems stem largely, but not exclusively, from the Ukrainian sanctions.
Russian Military Posts Video of Underwater Nuclear Drone Launch
Putin said the new Poseidon underwater drone would be ready to deploy in the spring.
Rebels Say Russia Blocks Food Supply to Syria Refugee Camp
The blockade has resulted in prices skyrocketing and caused scarcity.
Putin: If Washington Deploys Missiles in Europe, We'll Target U.S.
In his toughest remarks yet on a potential new arms race, Putin said Russia was not seeking confrontation.
Russian Soldiers Banned From Taking Selfies Under New Law
The bill institutes a ban on the sharing of photographs, videos, and geolocation data.
Over Half of Russian Military Police Have Syrian War Experience — Official
Russian officers have patrolled Golan Heights and Manbij.
A Nuclear Arms Race Will Produce No Winners
The last president of the U.S.S.R. Mikhail Gorbachev on why we cannot give up on the INF treaty he co-signed.
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