Antechinus: Andrew Korybko on Incipient Hybrid War in South Central Africa and Mozambique

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Incipient Hybrid War in South Central Africa and Mozambique

An excerpt from Andrew Korybko’s book Hybrid Wars: The Indirect Adaptive Approach To Regime Change” (2015) has been posted at Global Research. The incipient Hybrid War on Mozambique hasn’t been a large-scale conflict and it has noticeably lacked a lot of the Color Revolution elements that typically undergird this stratagem. Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean that the unrest hasn’t been engineered for the same purpose as other Hybrid Wars, namely to disrupt, control, or influence multipolar transnational connective infrastructure projects. His series on Hybrid Wars in Africa may be found at http://orientalreview.org/category/hybrid-wars/

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