Low-intensity warfare

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Concept.png Low-intensity warfare 
War on a smaller scale.

A low-intensity conflict is a military conflict, usually localised, between two or more state, or non-state groups, which is below the intensity of conventional war. Sometimes named "grey zone warfare", "measures short of war", and "hybrid warfare".[1] It involves the state's use of military forces on a lower level and/or covert action. It can include the destruction of the adversaries infrastructure



Page nameDescription
"Cyberwarfare"Cyberwarfare is the use of digital tools and tactics to conduct acts of espionage, disruption, or sabotage in the virtual realm, often with the goal of achieving political, military, or economic objectives.
Covert actionThe attempt by a government or group to influence events in another state or territory without revealing its own involvement.
Nord Stream/SabotageDestruction of Europe's energy supply, under different circumstances it would be considered a declaration of war.
Project AERODYNAMICProgram to provide funding and equipment for anti-Soviet resistance groups in Ukraine
StuxnetA production of the NSA and Unit 8200, designed to sabotage Iranian efforts to develop nuclear weapons.
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