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RUSSIAN NEW GENERATION WARFARE STUDY  By The TRADOC

A revisionist Russia is increasing its military capabilities and threatening U.S. allies and partners across Eurasia and the Middle East. In multiple theaters Russia is conducting sophisticated campaigns that combine economic pressure, disinformation, cyberspace activities, and the use of conventional and unconventional military forces to influence neutrals and intimidate U.S. allies and partners. It is likely that a perceived reduction ...Read more >

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RUSSIAN NEW GENERATION WARFARE  By James Derleth

The Russian view of deterrence is based on the integrated use of nonmilitary, conventional, and nuclear instruments.1 In contrast, the traditiona Western conceptualization of deterrence is based on the deployment and employment of conventional and nuclear forces.2 A crucial difference is that Russia does not believe deterrence stops after the outbreak of conflict. It will continue to apply these ...Read more >

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RUSSIA’S NEW GENERATION WARFARE IN UKRAINE: IMPLICATIONS FOR LATVIAN DEFENSE POLICY  By Jānis Bērziņš

Russia considers Ukraine (and Belarus) as part of itself, something that was lost with the collapse of the Soviet Union. As Henry Kissinger put it, in an open editorial in the Washington Post, “to Russia, Ukraine can never be just a foreign country.”1 Moreover, it is considered, together with Belarus, to be a guarantee of Russia s territorial integrity. This is a very sensitive issue. Historically, one of Russia s most important defense strategies is ...Read more >

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RUSSIAN “NEW GENERATION” WARFARE: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND LESSONS FOR U.S. STRATEGISTS  By Nicholas Fedyk

Russian unconventional warfare—dubbed by analysts as “new generation” warfare—elevates the psychological and popular aspects of conflict more so than any of its geopolitical partners and rivals.[i] In an era of expanding popular engagement and attention to foreign conflicts, a strategic appreciation of these people-centric dimensions is more important now than ever. Recent interventions in Crimea and Donbas demonstrate the effectiveness of this new generation strategy, expose some ...Read more >

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RUSSIAN MILITARY THINKING – A NEW GENERATION OF WARFARE  By Peter A. Mattsson

This article deals with how Russian warfighting is described and discussed in contemporary Russian military theory. The approach has been studies, analyses and interpretations of primarily Russian sources as prominent Russian journals, but also Western analyses and interpretations of contemporary Russian warfighting ...Read more >

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RUSSIAN NEW GENERATION WARFARE: UNCLASSIFIED SUMMARY OF THE U.S. ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND  By Russian New Generation Warfare Study

A revisionist Russia is increasing its military capabilities and threatening U.S. allies and partners across Eurasia and the Middle East. In multiple theaters Russia is conducting sophisticated campaigns that combine economic pressure, disinformation, cyberspace activities, and the use of conventional and unconventional military forces to influence neutrals and intimidate U.S. allies and partners. It is likely that a perceived reduction in the United States’ comparative military ...Read more >

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RUSSIAN NEW GENERATION WARFARE HANDBOOK  By Asymmetric Warfare Group

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, a number of conflicts and reforms have shaped the Russian military into what it is today. Russia has observed the American lessons learned in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as their own from the 2008 invasion of Georgia, and applied these to the development of their forces. Several key changes have been implemented under Vladimir Putin (the current President of the Russian Federation) in the previous decade. These include a rapid modernization and ...Read more >

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RUSSIA’S MILITARY STRATEGY AND DOCTRINE  By Glen E. Howard and Matthew Czekaj

In the early morning of November 25, 2018, four Ukrainian naval vessels rounded the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula, on their way to the Kerch Strait. The ships, two Gyurza-M-class artillery boats, accompanied by a tug and a transport ship, had left Odesa several days earlier and were headed toward the Ukrainian port of Berdyansk, on the Azov Sea. At 3:58 a.m., local time, the Ukrainian ...Read more >

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