The Kremlin’s old media tactics illustrate the persistent challenges posed by influence operations.
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A quick guide to the news of a major cyber intrusion by the Russian government.
A conversation with journalist Arzu Geybulla.
The indictment details a series of Russian cyberattacks between November 2015 through October 2019, which used highly destructive malware to cause electrical blackouts and disrupt business and government operations in several countries.
A war crimes indictment stymied scheduled U.S.-hosted talks between Kosovo and Serbia. What’s the U.S.’s diplomatic interest in the negotiations?
Moscow’s bounty program fits a pattern of Russian policy in Afghanistan rooted in the country’s desire to maintain influence in its near abroad.
In a statement withdrawing from the treaty, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Russia of flagrantly violating its provisions. Were those allegations justified? If so, on what grounds?
Russia initially seemed largely unscathed by the pandemic. But the virus has since arrived in full force. How has the country responded?
Russia appears to have resumed anti-satellite weapons testing. What’s so dangerous about the Russian tests? What can the U.S. do to respond?