Kirill Romanovsky’s “Eight Years with Wagner” (2023). Part 3/3
The invasion of Ukraine became a serious trigger for the development of military writings inside Russia. Since the beginning of the war, many books have been published that describe the Russian military and geopolitical mindset and conduct. These books were often published for propagandist purposes, but the old Western school of Sovietology teaches us that to win over the enemy, we must grasp his way of thinking and find his weaknesses. Without objective analysis of political and military thought, it is easy to fall into imaginary theorisation which does not correspond with reality.
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