Jane's Intelligence Review


  • Turkey’s S-400 procurement increases US sanction potential

    Relations between Turkey and the US have been tested by Ankara's intended procurement of the S-400 air defence system. With Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's standing weakened by the results of municipal elections, Ege Seçkin considers the building pressures on the Turkish government
  • Russian internet controls risk domestic pushback

    The Russian government is seeking to exert greater control over the internet within its borders. Lincoln Pigman examines how Russian technology companies and civil society are responding to this campaign and assesses the likelihood of a domestic pushback
  • Extreme right activists build transnational narratives online

    The threat posed by the extreme right has gained greater prominence in 2019. Mark Wilson surveys the online extreme-right landscape, examines the narratives being deployed among users from different countries, and assesses how these communities are likely to evolve
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  • USSTRATCOM commander paints dour future for New START

    With just over five months to go before Washington withdraws from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, the top US general charged with nuclear weapons oversight painted a gloomy forecast for the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) set to expire in 2021. Air Force General John