Cold War as a Special Type of Conflict: A Strategic Sketch // Russia in Global Affairs. 2022. Vol. 20, Issue 1. P. 78-93. DOI 10.31278/1810-6374-2022-20-1-78-92.
Russian, Chinese, and Western scholars refer to the current confrontation between the United States and China as Cold War 2.0. However, it remains only a figure of speech used to emphasize the global nature of the conflict. This article proposes to rationalize the analysis of the Cold War as a systemic phenomenon requiring the development of a specific strategy and tactics. This is a difficult task, since any Cold War suggests a long-time span, with no possibility for crushing the enemy with a rapid offensive. By way of example, this article outlines a possible naval strategy for Russia.
Keywords: Cold War | Russia | China | U.S. | naval strategy | South Atlantic | Indo-Pacific |
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