For the first time, Russian soldiers' wives publicly rallied in Moscow, demanding a policy change for the rotation of troops from Ukraine's prolonged frontline deployment, as per British intelligence.
According to Ukraine's General Staff, the Kremlin is about to start a large-scale forced mobilization in Russia proper and the occupied territories of Ukraine, targeting to conscript 400,000-700,000 people.
The Russian military's recruitment drive is adding pressure on a beleaguered industry workforce. Special exemptions in the IT sector underline the urgency of the problem, according to British intelligence.
The leaked documents obtained by The Washington Post reveal that Russian officials are struggling to recruit more troops…
In its January 14 intelligence update, the British Defense Ministry says that the raise of the routine conscription…
Russia has abducted as many as 2,000 children from Ukraine into Russia since 1 January and is continuing…
Russian officials are preparing for further covert mobilization efforts even as the fall conscription cycle is underway, likely…