October 18, 2016
In each installment of “CGI Asks,” a selection of experts respond to a question on the latest developments in Russia and Eurasia.
After Russia’s recent announcements that it plans to keep troops in Syria indefinitely and is considering reopening its bases in Cuba and Vietnam, we asked experts what this expanded military presence means for the West—and whether military bases can even be considered an asset in the sophisticated military climate of the 21st century.
Pavel K. Baev, Research professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
In the turbulent political autumn of 2016, when Russia is rushing …read more
Source: Center on Global Interests