This paper examines the principal features of hybrid warfare and ways of protection from information-psychological impact as a major element within the system of national security. It shows the need to establish within the RF AF a system of providing experts in the area of protection against information warfare conducted in cyberspace.
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY The Condition and Developmental Prospects of a Regional Security System in the Arctic O.Yu. Gavrilov Threats to Russia’s Maritime Economic Activity in Coastal Areas of the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia A.A. Mikhlin, V.V. Molochny, S.N. Okhremchuk, V.A. Balandin, T.M. Koemets Current Transformations in the Concepts and Power Instruments of Strategic Deterrence […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY The Model of Hybrid Warfare A.A. Bartosh The Hybrid Nature of Future Wars and Armed ConflictsA.S. Brychkov, V.L. Dorokhov, G.A. Nikonorov The Role and Place of Russia in Today’s World Yu.A. Gaidunko, S.P. Makarova System of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection for Troops and Population of the Russian Federation: State and Prospects […]
Based on analysis of the military-political situation throughout the world, the US National Security Strategy and US military planning documents, the authors forecast some characteristics of the future wars and armed conflicts. These factors relate to the proliferation of asymmetric and indirect actions, the shift of armed confrontation to cities and populated centers, and the broader application of irregular formations.
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY Russia and NATO: A History of Relations within the Framework of Practical Cooperation at Sea A.A. Mikhlin, V.V. Molochny, V.A. Balandin Methodological Basis for Launching Asymmetric Responses in Military-Technological Battle with a High-Technology Adversary V.V. Selivanov, Yu.D. Ilyin MILITARY ART Modern Methods of Aerospace and Air Defense of Facilities and Prospective Development […]
This paper looks at the forms of using Airborne Forces formations in the Arctic and suggests action modes for them, both on their own and as part of troop/force groupings in the process of formation.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF INTERVIEWS “Such Negative Relations Between Washington and Moscow Are Unacceptable”L. Slutsky “The U.S. Wants Syria to Become Its Foreign Policy Tool”Walid Muallem WORLD ISSUES A New Helsinki Process: Pros and ConsV. Petrovsky July 2018 NATO Summit: “Technical” Decisions and “Strategic Ambiguity”D. Danilov NATO and the OSCE: Partners or Rivals?Yu. Belobrov The German Social Democratic […]
THE NINTH CONFERENCE OF AMBASSADORS AND PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF RUSSIA “Our People Want Russia To Be a Strong, Independent and Peaceful State”V. Putin On the Sidelines of the ConferenceA. Karpushin, A. Yakovenko, V. Zayemsky, K. Vnukov, D. Kurakov, A. Yegorov, A. Chizhov, Yu. Korchagin, A. Denisov, V. Nebenzya, S. Andreyev, S. Gubarev, A. Kinshchak, A. […]
Armen Oganesyan, Editor-in-Chief, International Affairs: Sergey Alekseyevich, at the Helsinki summit, President Donald Trump repeatedly spoke about his desire to get along with Russia. Are there any actual signals that this intention could be acted upon in the near future? S. Ryabkov: We certainly welcome this mood, which the U.S. president has reaffirmed more than […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY Strategy and Counterstrategy in a Hybrid War A.A. Bartosh National Security and Festivals in Russia: Certain Aspects of Mutual Influence Conducive to Stability in the Development of the State D.M. Bulychev, S.P. Lagutkin, L.A. Zolotovskaya, O.I. Iskuskov Analyzing the US Conventional Prompt Global Strike Program O.S. Kupach How the U.S.A. Is Using […]