Russia: Domination Through Information
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The Russian government through innovation and creativity are on track to potentially become the most dominant superpower. They are not doing this through superior military technology or revolutionary diplomacy. Russia has been conducting information warfare against the United States and its allies. Information warfare is changing how war is fought, no longer are the days of war and peace. The United States, Russia, and other nation-states find themselves in an infinite battle of non-kinetic attacks against one another. As Russia has evolved from the fall of the Soviet Union, the fact remains that they still wish to become the most dominant superpower. The Russians will become the world's leading superpower through a war of attrition in information warfare.
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