In so-called “wild” scenarios, the U.S. Department of Defense’s intelligence agency has created four hypothetical scenarios for the development of the war in Ukraine.
The U.S. Department of Defense has considered several scenarios in what it calls “wild” events in a war unleashed by Russia.
about this informs An edition of The New York Times cited classified intelligence documents dated February 24, 2023.
Analysis conducted by the Office of Intelligence provides an opportunity for military officials, policymakers, and lawmakers to consider the potential consequences of major events and evaluate their options for action.
Possible scenarios include the death of the presidents of Russia, Volodymyr Putin, and Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, a leadership change in the Russian armed forces, and Ukraine’s attack on the Kremlin.
The document describes in detail the consequences of each of these events and their impact on the war in Ukraine, as well as possible ways to end the conflict through negotiations.
It should be noted that the paper does not assess which of these scenarios is most likely. However, such a situation for creating possible options for the development of events is standard for intelligence services and is an auxiliary tool in making important decisions in the field of national security.
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