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Humanity is going through a painful process of deglobalization. Whether this process is inevitable or not (and if not, then who is responsible for it) is a matter of debate. In any case, the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 and the postcrisis period of 2010-2013 made it abundantly clear that globalization’s linear development, to say […]
The year 2020 left behind difficult memories and numerous questions about the future. It was the year of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory, and the establishment of the Yalta-Potsdam system of international relations, the UN and UNESCO – a milestone year highlighting the mounting danger of global confrontation. It was a year of discoveries […]
Seeking to ensure their national interests, states have traditionally taken advantage of opportunities offered by what is known as intelligence diplomacy, involving official bilateral or multilateral collaboration between foreign intelligence services. Foreign intelligence services have accumulated considerable experience in working together in various areas, and this applies not only to allied countries. This experience conclusively […]
I am prepared to assert that there is no idea so wonderful that it cannot be brought to the point of absurdity, or even turned into its exact opposite. Worse yet, lots of wonderful ideas often just end up reaching an ignominious end.
International Affairs: To what extent has the COVID-19 pandemic heightened cybersecurity concerns? Are there any new threats? A. Krutskikh: Digital tools have become a lifeline for millions of people during the coronavirus pandemic. The Internet, which facilitates communication between people, is becoming increasingly open, but at the same time, it poses an enormous risk. As […]
The pandemic, which from the outset Washington has “promoted” as a “Chinese scourge,” was designed to isolate China and put a full stop to globalization as we know it now, a phenomenon seriously affecting all major Western countries, including the U.S. We have witnessed a crisis in relations between Western countries – be it the […]
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 […]
This paper examines the current stage in the development of US strategic nonnuclear missile weapons. It offers an analysis of likely military strategic objectives for using these weapons and looks at the existing and prospective development of weapons that can be used in a conventional prompt global strike, as well as analyzing problematic issues of support for CPGS.
IT HAS BEEN over a year since President Donald Trump announced on June 1, 2017, that the United States was withdrawing from the United Nations Paris Agreement on climate change. He thereby put an end to the suspense that had lasted right from the U.S. presidential election and was on a par with a good […]
This paper examines the scope of the simulation modeling method to propose the general theoretical aspects and grounds of creating and applying simulation modeling of armed confrontation by troop/force groupings in aerospace.