Russia And Central Asia
This area covers most of the north Eurasian landmass, excluding territories commonly regarded as belonging to Europe. The core of this region is Russia, which has exerted a strong influence for centuries. The Soviet Union’s collapse allowed several new states to emerge. Other parts of this region are the Caspian basin, Central Asia and Mongolia.
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The rise of state-supported cyberattacks from Russia
During the last decade, Russian cybercrime has become an established aspect of the Kremlin’s military strategy. Western states will not only need to develop their cyber defense capacity but also create a coordinated deterrence system to discourage further strikes. However, identifying the source of such attacks in a manner allowing timely and targeted retaliation could prove highly challenging.