Ukraine on fire #14

Unrestricted Warfare


Russia’s invasion of Ukraine can be analyzed as the first example of “Unrestricted Warfare”: the sum of fightings on the ground, international dynamics involving regional and global powers, economic spillovers for crucial sectors like energy and food, sanctions and new political rivalries will change the international scenario in the long term. In this issue we will analyze in depth the consequences of a conflict that has taken war back where the greatest conflicts of the history broke up: on the heart of Europe.

Ukraine has changed the dynamics of conflict

As the war grinds on, I do not doubt there will be a great deal to learn. However, a shift in dynamics has already emerged at this early stage as on paper Russia should have won and taken Ukraine quickly but that hasn’t happened. I contend that there have been three significant shifts in military […] Continue reading