Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
March 24, 2016
I have to share this very intriguing article that was in turn, sent to me by Mr. W.M., concerning a type of analysis of America’s policy, as exemplified most recently in a series of what the article’s author, Anrew Korybko, calls “hybrid wars.” This is a lengthy, meaty article, but there’s one paragraph in particular that caught my attention:
First, note what the goal of hybrid war is; namely, to destabilize connective regions in multipolar blocs with multinational projects:
The grand objective behind every Hybrid War is to disrupt multipolar transnational connective projects through externally provoked identity conflicts (ethnic, religious, regional, political, etc.) within a targeted transit state.
But here’s the paragraph that caught my eye, and particularly with respect to the recent years’ mess in the Middle East in general, and Syria (and to some extent, Iraq) in particular: