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​Open secret

The asymmetrical benefits of covert operations have seen them become the bread and butter of geopolitics. And with sabers rattling in Ukraine, accusations of the use of such tactics are rife. But are those events really part of a sinister master plan or is the fear of covert actions creating an atmosphere of paranoia in an essentially anarchic situation? Oksana is joined by Mark Galeotti, a professor of global affairs at New York University, to pry into these issues.



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