With its armed forces suffering from severe cutbacks and deteriorating equipment, Russia’s military presence in Asia is relatively small. Increasingly, Russia is turning to diplomacy to address regional disputes by DOUGLAS L. CLARKE THE RUSSIAN MILITARY HAS FALLEN ON hard times. Forces stationed in the vast region east of the Ural Mountains, with their long […]

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