Almost anyone can wage what’s called asymmetric warfare. From The Saker at thesaker.is:
Interesting news two days in a row. First, the Russian MoD did conclude that the explosions at the Russian airfield in Crimea where the result of a diversionary operation (I use the term “diversionary” in the Russian sense of “diversiia” meaning sabotage/wrecking). And today, the Russians have announced that they have arrested two employees of the Zaporozhiie nuclear plant (one guard and one engineer!) who were providing the Ukrainians with targeting coordinates and strike correction. Now Russia is warning that a major strike on this nuclear plant would have catastrophic consequences.
My purpose today is not to discuss the situation around the ZNP, but to treat this as a tip of a much bigger iceberg.
So far, only my friend Andrei Martyanov has mentioned the very real risks of sabotage and/or terrorist attacks by Ukrainian diversionary groups, including the possible sabotage of the Moskva cruiser and the attack on the airfield in Crimea. As usual, Andrei Martyanov is spot on. What I want to do next is to expand a little on this topic in my favorite bullet-style format.