Kremlin hybrid war tactics in Georgia, 2008, and Ukraine, 2014-2015 | Infographic

 

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Georgia had the eastern Ukrainian scenario played in Tskhinvali and Abkhazia back in 1991-1993. Volunteer fighters from Russia, Russian regular forces participating in major attacks, a ceasefire that was breached by Russian invading forces, and denials of Russian military presence, despite the evidence. Seven years later, we can clearly view the buildup to the Russo-Georgian conflict as a trick from Kremlin’s “hybrid war” playbook.


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