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ID number:662098
Published: 09.02.2022.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 10 units
References: Used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    3
1.  Theory part    5
1.1.  Lies and foreign policy    5
1.2.  War strategy    5
2.  Case study    7
2.1.  Historical background    7
2.3.  The progress of the war    10
3.  Conclusion    13
  Sources of information used    14

Firstly, military strategies did not coincide at all with the military art that had been practiced for centuries; If, according to Sun Ji, military art should understand both the weaknesses and strengths of opponents and be able to deceive them, then in the case of this war, Russia realized that Georgia's weakness was in the army, and not to such an extent. great as Russia. Despite the fact that the strategy of the war was not the most thoughtful, it still suffered very small losses, but in such a short period of time.
Undoubtedly, the lies that people love to use so much also influenced how the war ended, if the liberal lie had not been used, it is possible that in the end the war would have ended not in five days but would have lasted longer. In any case, the influence of lies on the war existed - the same purpose of lies is to see the reaction of opponents.
At first, the hypotheses were analysed, and it turned out that the first hypothesis (the Georgian-Russian war does not coincide with the nature of the war, which has existed for centuries and is considered correct) was fulfilled. The essence of war, as mentioned above, is a very subtle science in which you need to understand absolutely everything, but even the basic harmonization of war was not observed here. On the other hand, the second hypothesis (the theory of "lies" during the war is more evident on the example of Georgia than on the Russian side.) For those who don't know you, it's harder to believe, it's easier for you to lie to someone you know. People lie, so there is no trust in any of the parties influencing the hypothesis. 

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