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Survey on Ukraine: Does Providing Lethal Weapons to Kiev Serve US Vital Interests?

RM Experts August 22, 2017 RM Exclusives
As Mattis heads to Kiev, we ask leading U.S. experts what America’s interests vis-à-vis Ukraine are and whether they are best advanced by supplying lethal weapons to the country.
Analysis

On Russia's Role in Resolving the North Korea Crisis: Q&A with Gary Samore

RM Staff August 16, 2017 RM Exclusives
An eminent expert on nuclear issues, honored with a medal from the Secretary of Defense for his role in negotiating the 1994 North Korea nuclear agreement, weighs in.
News

Assad Supplies Wagner Company With North-Korean Assault Rifles and 1940s Machine Guns

August 22, 2017
When the Russian private military company stopped coordinating with Russia's Defense Ministry earlier this year, the Syrian government took over supplying and financing the group. Read more in this week's Russia in Syria Monitor.
Analysis
Survey on Ukraine: Does Providing Lethal Weapons to Kiev Serve US Vital Interests?
August 22, 2017
Analysis
On Russia's Role in Resolving the North Korea Crisis: Q&A with Gary Samore
August 16, 2017
News
Assad Supplies Wagner Company With North-Korean Assault Rifles and 1940s Machine Guns
August 22, 2017
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