JaysAnalysis: Andrew Korybko on Hybrid Wars & Faux Revolutions (half)

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Andrew Korybko of SputnikRussia-InsiderOriental Review, and Katehon joins me to discuss his book Hybrid Wars: The Indirect Adaptive Approach to Regime Change.  We cover the western geopolitical machinations of regime change, color revolutions and manufactured coups in relation to recent events in Syria and the Ukraine.  Beyond that, we discuss the history of this same “technology” of manipulation in the older Balkan crises and Putin’s role in bringing stability.  Andrew’s book is a must-have for understanding the modern geopolitical landscape.

Andrew’s bio:

“Andrew Korybko is a political analyst, journalist and a regular contributor to several online journals, as well as a member of the expert council for the Institute of Strategic Studies and Predictions at the People’s Friendship University of Russia. He specializes in Russian affairs and geopolitics, specifically the US strategy in Eurasia. His other areas of focus include tactics of regime change, color revolutions and unconventional warfare used across the world. His book, “Hybrid Wars: The Indirect Adaptive Approach To Regime Change”, extensively analyzes the situations in Syria and Ukraine and claims to prove that they represent a new model of strategic warfare being waged by the US.”

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