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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

Russia’s Wagner Group and the rise of mercenary warfare | Modern Warfare Institute

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The Modern Warfare Institutes talks with Dr. Robert Hamilton and Candace Rondeaux about the role of Russia’s Wagner group. Private military groups are their own vessel, and the Wagner Group is often used in situations where Russia does not want to take personal responsibility. Policymakers around the world should be aware of how these types of groups influence and change the battlefield, including the history behind Russia’s most common mercenaries.

Source: https://mwi.usma.edu/russias-wagner-group-and-the-rise-of-mercenary-warfare/

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