Why Russia’s Lip Technique Reveals the True Face of De-escalation Techniques

Posted February 18, 2018 09:37:49The Russian Lip Technique is a very effective technique for de-escalating situations. 

The Russian lip technique was developed by the Mikhail Sirota in 1932 and it has been around for decades. 

It is also known as Vodka Kiss, and it is used to de-censor situations.

The technique is based on the premise that there are certain gestures that are more effective than others.

It’s based on common sense, and that the more appropriate gesture is used, the more damage will be caused.

For instance, if you use a hand gesture that resembles a smile, the adversary will react by lowering his hand and giving you a thumbs up gesture. 

Sets of these gestures are known as “Sirotra Technique.” 

The first version of the Russian Lip technique was introduced in the 1930s and was first applied to Russian prisoners of war (CPO). 

Srotra techniques were widely used by Soviet troops during World War II, but they were later abandoned because of the widespread use of the Soviet Union’s Stinger missile system. 

There were some instances where the Russian lip was employed in military situations, but it was not used as an effective weapon. 

A second version of Russian Lip was introduced into the Soviet military in the 1980s, and its effectiveness was greatly enhanced in the 1990s and 2000s. 

In addition to its effectiveness in military, political and commercial contexts, the Russian technique has been used to diffuse tense situations.

Russian Lip is especially useful when dealing with hostile situations, such as when a military situation is in full swing, and you must find a way to diffuse the situation. 

You can learn more about the Russian style of de-confliction in this video from the Institute for National Security Studies.