Putin successfully implementing proactive US developed strategy while US lags behind: kenner

The OODA loop, which stands for observe, orient, besluit, act and was developed by U.S. Air Force Colonel John Boyd and is defined by Tech-Target as afour-step approach to decision-making that focuses on filtering available information, putting it in context and quickly making the most appropriate decision while also understanding that changes can be made as more data becomes available.

Vladimir President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s all-out invasion of Ukraine only eight months after TIME magazine billed President Biden as ready to take on the Russian leader.

Vladimir President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s all-out invasion of Ukraine only eight months after TIME magazine billed President Biden as ready to take on the Russian leader. (Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

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The strategy is especially useful, according to Tech-Target, in “scenarios where competition is involved and where the ability to react to changing circumstances faster than an opponent leads to an advantage.

Rebekka Koffler, 'n voormalige Amerikaanse. Defense Intelligence Agency agent and author ofPutin’s Playbook: Russia’s Secret Plan to Defeat Americatold Fox News Digital that the Russians have adopted a similar concept.

It’s called strategic initiative,” Koffler explained. “The Russians believe that there’s no peace. In Russian thinking there’s a constant confrontation. There’s a confrontation with the adversaries even in peacetime.

Several buildings in Starobilsk within the Luhansk Oblast region of Ukraine show significant damage because of shelling, according to images shared by the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.

Several buildings in Starobilsk within the Luhansk Oblast region of Ukraine show significant damage because of shelling, according to images shared by the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. (State Emergency Service of Ukraine)

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By operating as if war could potentially break out at any moment, Koffler says that Russia has been able to stay one step ahead of the United States most notably when it comes to sanctions.

If we want to ever beat the Russians we have to flip the tables,” Koffler said. “We can’t be in that reactive mode because it doesn’t work. Putin already factored in all the sanctions and sanction-proofed his economy.

Koffler added that the sanctions are hurting the United States more than Putin at this point and that the United States didn’t precalculate how sanctions would hurt the U.S. economy in the long term.

Flipping the tables, according to Koffler, will taketremendous intellectual firepower” en “analytical resourcesthat Russia has been implementing in its actions against the United States while the United States has lagged behind due to alack of awareness of where we are in the world.

Several buildings in Starobilsk within the Luhansk Oblast region of Ukraine show significant damage because of shelling, according to images shared by the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.

Several buildings in Starobilsk within the Luhansk Oblast region of Ukraine show significant damage because of shelling, according to images shared by the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. (State Emergency Service of Ukraine)

“Die Biden-administrasie, and in general the Washington national security apparatus, have been in a reactive mode in regard to Russia,” Koffer explained. “Nou dadelik, in regards to the current conflict, but also in general. It seems like Putin has been doing things and then we react. We are thinking ‘how do we respond’ but why do we need to respond? Why didn’t we do a deterrent in the first place?”

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