Hybrid Warfare and the Presidential Race

first things first, what is hybrid warfare? It’s a form of aggression by a nation-state on another that is an open attack but stays under the threshold of open warfare. It has a few other benefits. It weakens the target, and it is under the threshold of actual military action. It is cheaper, and it fulfills strategic goals, without the cost of blood, and the cost of treasure is far lower than open warfare. Why nations like Russia and China have done this for at least two decades. After all, how do you take on nuclear power without getting hit back? This is the perfect way

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Nadin Brzezinski

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Historian by training. Former day to day reporter. Sometimes a geek who enjoys a good miniatures game.

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