On killing – or, why do we need a military strategy at all? 

Military strategy is how the military is prepared, deployed, trained and exercised. Above all, it consists in the long-term development of broadly understood capabilities, which nowadays are more appropriately referred to as the “state resilience system” — so that these activities have a positive impact on our foreign policy, i.e. on our “room for manoeuvre.”

For a military strategy to be credible in times of war and anarchy of the international system, when military violence is the final arbiter, a kind of supreme court between states that are in a dispute over which of them will push through its agency (and such times have come), our politicians in Warsaw must have the characterological and mental ability to make a decision, for example, about the killing of Wagnerians carrying out an armed raid on one of the towns of Podlasie.

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Autor Jacek Bartosiak
CEO and Founder of Strategy&Future, author of bestselling books.
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