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Russia’s New Maritime Doctrine

On July 26, Russia released its new maritime doctrine to 2020 (Kremlin.ru, July 26). It is important not to confuse this document with a new “naval doctrine,” although this doctrine certainly has important things to say about Russia’s navy. Rather, the “Maritime Doctrine of the Russian Federation” is a comprehensive state policy for governing all of Russia’s maritime assets, military fleets, the civilian fleet, the Russian equivalent of the United States’ merchant marine, as well as naval infrastructure. Thus, for all the martial language contained within the newly released “Maritime Doctrine,” this document frequently refers to international norms and law. …read more

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