By Tyler Durden
In an event that was as shocking in the speed of its escalation as it was in the abruptness of its ending, Wagner’s mutiny, or “march for justice” as it was described as by the group’s founder, Yevgeny Prigozhin, threw Vladimir Putin’s government and Ukraine war effort into crisis mode.
As Statista’s Martin Armstrong shows in the infographic below, using data from the Soufan Center, the private military company known as Wagner Group has not restricted its operations to Ukraine and Russia.
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Since its inception in 2014, it is known or suspected to have been militarily or politically active in numerous countries, centered to a great extent on Africa.
As described in the Soufan Center report:
Between its graphic brutality in Ukraine, alleged participation in a massacre and violence against civilians in Mali, and its growing prominence in the unstable and violent Sahel region of Africa more broadly, Wagner faces more international scrutiny today than ever before.
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