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Article of the Day: History of Russian Hybrid Warfare

Chronology of Possible Russian Gray Area and Hybrid Warfare Operations — Anthony H. Cordesman with the assistance of Grace Hwang, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 12/8/2020

I hadn’t read this yet, and considering the actions taken by Russia against Ukraine in the recent month, I figured now would be a great time to read and discuss this 45-page research…




Hybrid Analyst: A look at today’s threats, risks, and global affairs. Written by Michael Lortz, 15+ years in US National Security, MA Intl Affairs, MBA. Simple man trying to make his way in the universe.

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Michael Lortz

Michael Lortz

Writer. Analyst. Instructor. Sometimes serious. Sometimes creative. Just a simple man trying to make his way in the universe.

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