RESEARCH PAPER
HYBRIDITY – A ‘NEW’ METHOD TO ACCOMPLISH DOMINANCE
 
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War Studies University
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University of Lower Silesia
Online publish date: 2019-01-10
Publish date: 2019-03-28
 
Security and Defence Quarterly 2019;23(1):3–22
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The term ‘hybrid warfare’ proved to be very popular among academics, military thinkers and professionals leading to a variety of definitions and approaches. It was linked with the new generation concept popularised by Russian military thought. The essence of the hybridity is not new, as using a combination of military and non-military instruments is as old as mankind and is recognised but interpreted differently. The paper examines both the concept and its implementation based on case studies and theoretical considerations. It debates possible ways of using it to confront targeted nations by a combination of a variety of tools and approaches.
 
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