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Joint civil-military interaction as a tool in responding to hybrid threats
Thomas Matyók, Srečko Zajc, 2020

Abstract: The current focus on hybrid threats and asymmetric warfare can seem little more than a return to the past. How far into the past should we go to recognize this truth? Many doctrines and theories from the Industrial Age are not valid today. We need to move closer to the algorithm as a guide to action rather than remaining stuck using a static paradigm. Joint Civil-Military Interaction is one option offering an open security code, combining experts and expertise on demand and on time. We must unite our efforts, and improve international mechanisms of crisis management to respond faster, more accurately, and more efficiently. Geography no longer provides security. In a crisis, it does not matter from which direction the threat comes. We are all in the same boat or on Spaceship Earth.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...current focus on hybrid threats and asymmetric warfare can seem little more than a return...
Keywords: asymmetric warfare, military doctrines, hybrid threats, civil-military interaction, resilience, solidarity, end state, way of thinking
Published: 06.10.2020; Views: 4041; Downloads: 14
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Eight months of war in Ukraine
Berthold Sandtner, 2023

Abstract: There are three major dimensions which justify a closer examination when looking at the implications for the development of armed forces from lessons from the war in Ukraine: the strategic, conceptual/doctrinal, and capability development dimensions. Nuclear deterrence capabilities, as well as alliances, turned out to be paramount multipliers at the strategic level. Doctrinally, a comprehensive understanding of hybrid warfare should trigger a capability development, not only fuelled by likelihood but also by considering the most dangerous courses of action. Finally, capabilities should be generated, provided and trained for what they are planned to be employed for. A robust and capable command and control architecture is paramount in order to compensate conventional asymmetry and act decisively and successfully.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...strategic level. Doctrinally, a comprehensive understanding of hybrid warfare should trigger a capability development, not...
Keywords: war in Ukraine, Austrian Armed Forces, military capability development, command and control, nuclear deterrence, hybrid warfare
Published: 03.04.2023; Views: 1412; Downloads: 12
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Putin's dilemma: Russia and the Slavic dimension of Nato enlargement
Andrej Benedejčič, 2024

Abstract: The potential weaponization of Slavdom is a poorly researched topic in the literature on hybrid warfare, despite the Slavic dimension of NATO after several rounds of enlargement. Part of the reason is the traditionally reserved attitude of Russian authorities to the Slavic idea, which runs counter to the idealized supranational character of Russia and can incite domestic ethnic populism. Even though Moscow has not used this instrument so far, the historical record shows that it could do so at a later stage if its very existence is at stake. The instrumentalization of Slavic identity therefore requires attention, not only as an impending threat, but also as a potential catalyst for change on the Russian side.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...poorly researched topic in the literature on hybrid warfare, despite the Slavic dimension of NATO...
Keywords: hybrid warfare, Slavdom, Nato enlargement
Published: 18.04.2024; Views: 661; Downloads: 6
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