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Hybrid warfare after the Brussels Summit
Since the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia, hybrid warfare has dominated the academic and policy debate. John Jacobs observes that NATO tends to debate rather than to action in this field, while its adversaries continue to develop innovative ways of fighting war. This situation is likely to change after NATO published its Brussels Declaration last month. The declaration suggests a couple of initiatives that go beyond debating the issue. This article analyses the latest developments of hybrid warfare following the recent Brussels Summit. John Jacobs argues that the link between hybrid warfare and Article 4 or Article 5 of the Alliance is the most important development.
Analysis, NATO, Hybrid, Warfare, Analyse, NAVO, Hybride, Oorlog, Cyber
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