Feb 27, 2016

A 'Paper-Tiger'? Russo-Syrian Joint Military Campaign Shows Otherwise

Russia's military reform has become a shot in the arm for the country's armed forces, both in terms of capabilities and confidence, Western experts note, referring to Moscow's Syrian campaign.

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