To be effective and relevant, the law of armed conflict must adapt to the age of hybrid warfare.
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The Intelligence Studies Essay: "Hybrid Warfare" at Home: Asymmetric Tactics Are Not Just Used in Ukraine, They Are Employed against the United States, and Have Been for Quite Some Time
The United States has long been a target of hybrid warfare by states seeking to disrupt or influence U.S. decision-making.
In a new global geopolitical game, Putin is more interested in acquiring new territories than fighting terrorism or shoring up allies.
A better understanding of Russian doctrine about hybrid conflict could provide useful insights into how a nation using offensive cyber operations (many of which can be denied) might be able to achieve its goals.