There have been two big surprises in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The first is obvious: the horrific performance of the Russian forces. The second is less obvious — in fact, it’s almost invisible: the seeming absence of a cyberwar. Russia was supposed to first launch an all-out cyberattack that would paralyze Ukraine and prepare the ground for the physical assault that followed.
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