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The Soviet Union was regarded by many as a closed historical
chapter. But a quarter century later, we are not so sure. The Chechen War saved
the Russian empire’s territorial core, while Vladimir Putin and his associates preserved
its key institutions – the army and the security services. This old guard is
now guiding a re-expansion into the outer circles of empire.
Dr. Pawel Kowal
Beijing is engaged in non-traditional forms of warfare to ensure it wins the battle for regional dominance without resorting to military force. The end goal is to deprive the United States of its allies in the region and return to the position of Asia’s paramount power, writes GIS Guest expert Vaughan Winterbottom. The US threatens China’s rise and the threat perce...