Operations “in the grey zone”, prospects for an armed conflict and Poland’s policy

Michael J. Mazarr, analysing conflicts in the “grey zone” in 2015, as part of a project initiated by the Strategic Studies Institute focusing on the changing nature of contemporary conflicts, attempted to formulate seven hypotheses about the future. It is worth recalling them now.

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Author Marek Budzisz
Historian, journalist specializing in Russian and Post-Soviet East. Recently he published (in Polish) "The End of the Russian America. The Thoughts on why Russia Sold Alaska”.
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