Russian President Vladimir Putin watches a navy exercise from the Marshal Ustinov missile cruiser in the Black Sea, January 9, 2020.
Russia’s private military contractors have taken on missions across Africa and the Middle East, funded by governments with a seemingly insatiable appetite for proxy wars.
Washington’s lack of policy coherence on these hired guns has become apparent, and Congress is smart, it will take aggressive legislative steps to respond, writes Candace Rondeaux, a senior fellow and professor of practice at the Center on the Future of War.
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