A version of this article appears in the July 21 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. As diplomatic relations between the U.S. and their country continue to deteriorate, Russian aerospace and defense companies are quick to say their global business at last week’s air show is going on as usual. Yet it was not a typical week. The Russian presence at the show was scaled back significantly. After the Sukhoi Su-35 stole the show at Paris last year, Russia brought no military ...
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