Hybrid wars: traditions and innovations

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Hybrid wars: traditions and innovations
// Pathways to Peace and Security. 2016. No 1(50). P. 111-119



Abstract

The article treats “hybrid war” as an interim stage of transition from one generation of wars to another rather than an absolutely “new” type of warfare. The author suggests to go beyond the combination of regular and irregular warfare which is hardly new and instead try to capture the innovative potential that is contained in the modern notion of “hybrid war” and partly explains the wide spread of this term today. 


Keywords

hybrid war, irregular warfare, conventional war, insurgency and counterinsurgency, network-centric and platform-based warfare, electronic warfare, Revolution in Military Affairs, psychological operations 


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For citation:
Ogannisyan A. Hybrid wars: traditions and innovations. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2016, No 1(50), pp. 111-119



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