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29 May 2024

“We are experiencing the early stages of a systematic activation of Russian sleeper cells worldwide. This is an unprecedented phenomenon in Western post-war history. Russia's ultimate aim is military advantage. Currently the Russian sabotage campaign appears to be aimed primarily at disrupting the military supply chain from the West to Ukraine. Front-line states Poland and Romania, from whose borders all war materiel enters Ukraine, are at obvious risk, but earlier stages in the supply chain are equally critical. That includes Norwegian logistics facilities, ports on the US eastern seaboard, and military instructors in Darwin, Australia. A typical example is the port of Alexandroupolis in Greece, which the US Department of Defense credits as providing Washington with 'strategic access' to its Ukrainian ally. Until recently, the port in this small northern Greek city was far removed from the epicentre of global geopolitics. As a result, security had to be elevated drastically within weeks.”

Professor of Intelligence and National Security Studies at Coastal Carolina University
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