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  • Affiliation : Executive Vice-President for Cooperation with Public Authorities, PJSC VimpelCom
  • Position : Chairman of the Executive Board
  • Affiliation : PIR Center
  • Position : Program Director, Emerging Technologies and Global Security Program
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  • Position : Professor
  • Affiliation : Department of Integrated Communications, The Higher School of Economics
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RUSSIA AND GLOBAL SECURITY – WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT IN 2014?

Dmitry Evstafiev, Evgeny Buzhinsky, Vadim Kozyulin, Vladimir Orlov, Mikhail Yakushev

At the end of a traditional period, the Russian armed forces are starting to face a number of new emerging challenges.  A few words about the current trends and development of the Russian armed forces; let me highlight two trends in particular.  First, growing priority is now given to increase in mobility and rapid deployment.  Second, is the development of armed forces as one of the factors that could contribute to the economic development of a country.

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