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Russian Black Sea fleet activity in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea: Implications for the Israeli Navy

In recent years, and significantly since the 2011 Syrian uprising, the Russian Navy’s presence in the Eastern Mediterranean and Syria has...

The increasing Russian presence in Syria is part of Russia’s updated naval doctrine, which was first published in 2012, and revised in July 2016.

  • CDR (ret.) Dr. Eyal Pinko

This doctrine was called the Revised Russian Naval Doctrine up to 2030.

As in the case of previous strategic doctrines, it defines the navy’s role as part of Russia’s security policy, its goals, its main directions for the buildup of naval forces, and the…

The doctrine also includes and specifies an…

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