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LeArning From todAy ’ s WArs Does Russia Have a Gerasimov Doctrine ?

@inproceedings{Mcdermott2016LeArningFT,
  title={LeArning From todAy ’ s WArs Does Russia Have a Gerasimov Doctrine ?},
  author={R. Mcdermott},
  year={2016}
}
This article questions the hasty rush to label Moscow’s actions in Ukraine and Donbas as proof of an alleged adoption of “hybrid warfare,” and raises issues concerning Russia’s capacity to replicate such approaches in future conflict. F two years, commentators, experts, and politicians alike have expressed a myriad of views concerning Russia’s involvement in separatist activities in southeastern Ukraine. Opinions and perspectives have emerged especially in non-Russian commentary on the Donbas… Expand
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