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Over the past week, NATO aircraft have intercepted a total of 22 Russian aircraft in the Baltic Sea alone. A record 250 intercepts have occurred this year.

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Officers from the US and Russian military met under the auspices of a 1972 treaty meant to reduce the risk during encounters between the two powers.

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Former F1 Driver Takes A Commanding Lead In The Russian Capital

The inaugural FIA Formula E Championship nears the finish line as the penultimate Moscow ePrix is taken by a seasoned pro in a commanding performance on the streets of the Russian capital.

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Russia's auto industry continues to suffer, thanks to rapid inflation due to plunging oil prices and western sanctions.

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Russian and American aircraft continue to meet in the skies, as the former pushes the latter in the east, west, south and most recently, the north. The far north.

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Air forces in both eastern and western countries have been forced to intercept and shadow fighters and bombers from Russia over the past few days.

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GM will pull Opel and "mainstream" Chevys from the Russian market in order to focus on Cadillac and vehicles like the Camaro, Corvette and Tahoe.

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A 1989 ZIL-41052 armored limo from Russia that claims previous passengers including former leaders Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin is currently for sale online for $1.6 million.

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The remnants of the former Soviet Union's mighty Red Air Force are featured in this impressive, drone-shot video.

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Russian automotive vigilantes have taken to the country's sidewalks to address the epidemic problem that has driver's eschewing roads for pedestrian paths.

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Russia's weak currency is proving troublesome for GM, as the company is planning to halt production at its St. Petersburg factory while also raising prices.

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The FIA slots in a new round in Moscow into the inaugural Formula E calendar currently under way, bridging the gap between the races in Berlin and London.

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A controversial new rule in Russia aims to ban some groups from driving based on their sexuality. It lists transgender people, exhibitionists, voyeurs, fetishists and many others as not allowed to have a driver's license. Human rights groups in the country and beyond are up in arms over the act.

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A 15-year-old boy in Russia is in trouble after crashing his Aston Martin in Saint Petersburg, and then allegedly leaving the scene because he didn't have a driver's license. The boy, who is a soccer player, reportedly bought the sports car with his own money and owned it just three days before the collision.

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For the first time in around 40 years, the best selling car in Russia is not a Lada, as supplier troubles mean the brand's Granta subcompact was overtaken by the Kia Rio in November.

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With the punishing set of responsibilities that come with command of three automakers, 60-year-old Carlos Ghosn is arguably the hardest working man in the auto industry. While his capabilities can hardly be doubted, it's quite clear that he can't do this job forever. And that's probably going to be bad news for the Renault-Nissan Alliance he so successfully helms.

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Lada is not well, and it's brought in a Swedish-American GM vet to try and fix things. It's not exactly going smoothly, though.

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With the Russian ruble losing over 40 percent of its value since June, automakers are temporarily stopping sales in Russian until they can adjust prices, or see things stabilize.

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Naval warfare, aerial warfare, logistical warfare, cyber warfare. There are as many ways to wage war as there are stars in the sky, but economic warfare is perhaps one of the most misunderstood. It's rarely as overt as bombing factories or sinking freighters, featuring more subtle, domestic maneuvers.

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If the original Red Dawn had been a futuristic war thriller rather than being set in 1984, we imagine the invading Soviet forces would have been tooling about in something like this unnamed ZIL truck.

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The Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force could be making a substantial addition to its ranks in the next few years, as Russia's Sukhoi is prepared to deliver its most advanced fighter, the Su-35, to supplement one of the world's largest air forces. According to Jane's, though, the PLAAF might not be interested in simply flying the new fighter.

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