Dynamics of proxy wars in global politics

Great powers are once again resorting to proxy wars, manipulating weaker nations to fight their battles. This allows them to achieve strategic goals and avoid direct confrontation. Column-African politics

Proxy wars, a timeless fixture of geopolitics, have returned amid escalating strategic rivalries.

Major powers, avoiding direct confrontation, manipulate third-party forces to advance their agendas in destabilised regions like Yemen, Syria, and Ukraine. Puppet regimes and insurgents clash under the orchestration of distant patrons, enabling great powers to test weaponry, disrupt rivals, and secure strategic positions without risking direct military engagement.

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