Hybrid warfare is a military strategy that employs political warfare and blends conventional warfare, irregular warfare, and cyber warfare with other influencing methods, such as fake news, diplomacy, lawfare, and foreign electoral intervention. By combining kinetic operations with subversive efforts, the aggressor intends to avoid attribution or retribution. Hybrid warfare can be used to describe the flexible and complex dynamics of the battlespace requiring a highly adaptable and resilient response
In the 21st century, the rules of engagement appear to have changed. Wars today are defined by terrorist attacks and small, irregular forces that rely on cellphones, the Internet and fanatical dedication as much as guns and explosives. In this kind of war, winning mind share can be as important as capturing cities. And it is forcing conventional armies to regroup and rethink strategy and tactics.
The CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program is pleased to invite you to a discussion with Dr. Phillip Karber, President of the Potomac Foundation, a defense and foreign policy think-tank. Dr. Karber, who is also a former DOD official and veteran defense analyst, will discuss Russia's "hybrid warfare" campaign in eastern Ukraine. Dr.
A HYBRID WAR is a 30-minute short documentary that attempts to explain the so-called hybridization, or "hybrid war," of the Ukraine conflict since the Euromaidan protests in 2014. a THREAD AND ANCHOR FILMS production produced, directed & edited by JASON BLEVINS cinematography by JASON BLEVINS, NOEMI CHARLOTTE THIEVES additional photography by DARIUS ESCANDAR special thanks to the CENTER ON GLOBAL INTERESTS