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March 7, 2019

A New Report Claims Russia's Mighty Missiles Might Not Be So Mighty After-all

Here's why.
by David Axe 

Russia's missiles aren't as capable as they might appear to be, the Swedish Defense Research Agency concluded in a new report.

The purported weakness of Russian weapons, relative to expectations, could have a big impact on Sweden's military planning -- and on NATO's own planning, as well.

"Russia's potential to create 'keep-out zones' or anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD) 'bubbles' in its near abroad has become a hot topic and a source of concern in recent years," Robert Dalsjo, Christopher Berglund and Michael Jonsson explain in their March 2019 report "Bursting the Bubble."

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/new-report-claims-russias-mighty-missiles-might-not-be-so-mighty-after-all-46392
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