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Digest | Dec 16, 2022
Post | Dec 15, 2022
Is Russia running out of precision munitions, such as missiles, in its war against Ukraine? That is the question I posed to some of my professional acquaintances and myself last month, hoping some of us would come up with an accurate answer. Three weeks later, I am still searching for that answer, but my efforts have not been completely in vain. What I have found is that, starting as early as the spring, multiple Western officials and experts have announced that Russia was running out of precision munitions, and yet Russia has continued to use scores of attack missiles, such as Kalibr missiles, well into winter. I have also found that most of these announcers did not specify the kinds of munitions Russia was close to depleting, with one proclaiming that Russia was “running low on everything.” Nor have most of these announcers specified when the exhaustion of Russia’s arsenals could occur. That didn’t stop leading American and European media outlets from repeatedly quoting such announcements,  with most of the media reports I have come across showing no effort to either verify the forecaster’s claims or put them into context (i.e. state whether there have been earlier claims of that kind and whether or not they proved to be correct).
Analysis | Dec 13, 2022
Russia is heading toward a final battle between the radicals, for whom escalation is a way of life, and the realists, who understand that continuing to up the ante could lead to their country’s collapse.
Digest | Dec 09, 2022
Analysis | Dec 07, 2022
Andrew S. Weiss and cartoonist Brian “Box” Brown’s first-ever graphic biography does not add anything new in terms of content, but rather makes its subject accessible to a different, wider readership.
Analysis | Dec 01, 2022
Russia's desire to maintain good relations with America's traditional allies in the region will serve to limit what Moscow is willing to do for Tehran.
Event | Dec 09, 2022
Join the Negotiation Task Force (NTF) at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University for a three-day in-person Executive Education Program that engages more than 60 participants in an immersive crisis simulation focusing on U.S.-Russia-China-NATO relations.