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The Club-K has made appearances at Russian and Asian arms shows before, sometimes marketed as a weapon to stop an attack from an unnamed country that (wink) looks a lot like the United States. It’s pretty clear who the target market is. For a coastal nation on the verge of war with the U.S. — and thus on the verge of getting its missile sites and air force obliterated by the U.S. Navy and Air Force — a cruise missile packaged in an innocuous-looking blue modular shipping container could be a powerful disincentive. In other words, it’s a budget missile in a box.