In this long-term research and expertise-building (supported by the Norwegian Defence Ministry) the latest project is:
Transformation of Russia's military in the post-Putin period
This long-term research and expertise-building (supported by the Norwegian Defence Ministry) includes the following projects:
image(bullet) Russia in the global war against terrorism (2002)
image(bullet) Russia’s Foreign Policy, Military Reform and Regionalism (2001)
image(bullet) The Russian Army and Russia’s Evolving Security Posture (1995-1997)
image(bullet) Russian Army as a Political Instrument and Policy-Maker (1994-1995)
image(bullet) Regionalism in Russia and the Transformation of the Russian Army (1998-2000)
image(bullet) Transforming the Russian Military (2003)
image(bullet) Could the Russian military be a partner to NATO in counter-terrorist operation? (2004)
image(bullet) Putin’s Vision and Plans for Modernizing the Russian Military: Counter-Terrorism and Power-Projection (2005)
image(bullet) Russian Military focus on tasks in the Caucasus and Central Asia (2006)
image(bullet) Assessing the limits of Russia’s new strategic and rapid-deployment capabilities (2007)
Baev, Pavel K. (2006) Putin's Counter-Terrorism: The Parameters of a Strategic Dead-End, in Small Wars & Insurgencies. London: (1–21).
Baev, Pavel K. (2005) Russia Evolves its Commonwealth Policy, Jane's Intelligence Review 17(11): 44–45.
Baev, Pavel K. (2007) US Sanctions Rosoboronexport Over Deals with Iran, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 8 January.
Baev, Pavel K. (1999) Russian military development: 'Muddle through' from 1992 to 1998 and beyond, FFI Rapport. Oslo.
The Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) conducts research on the conditions for peaceful relations between states, groups and people.