Russia's ability to deploy military forces around the world is significantly depleted from the Soviet era. This report describes the strengths and weaknesses of Russia's ground force deployment capacity.
May 27, 2020
The breakup of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s was accompanied internecine strife and civil war, particularly in Serbia. RAND has explored the role of allied forces in helping to end the fighting, and of NATO and the United Nations in running peacekeeping and stability operations in Serbia and its neighbors.