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Asymmetric Warfare

Asymmetric Warfare

A type of warfare in which two parties have different military capabilities or methods of war.

In such a case, the weak party must take advantage of its special advantages or the opponent’s weaknesses in order to have any opportunity to achieve its goals.


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