(Russia) The subtext of the country’s new security strategy reveals a regime beset by suspicion and insecurity

IAN HILL writes for The Interpreter: “The weak get beaten,” declared Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2004 after the Beslan tragedy. Russia’s recently-unveiled new National Security Strategy bears the stamp of Putin’s world view

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