doi:10.3849/1802-7199

HYBRID INTERFERENCE: FROM THE PARTICULAR TO A CONTINUUM

Empirical Test of the Multi-Dimensional Concept of “Hybrid”

Vladimír BÍZIK, Dominika KOSÁROVÁ, Adam POTOČŇÁK, Richard STOJAR

The aim of this article is to empirically test the applicability of the four dimensions of resilience against hybrid threats on the concept of hybrid interference. The article shall present case studies of hybrid operations from Israel, USA, France, Taiwan, Ukraine, and Iraq/Syria that have exploited one or more of these dimensions with a principal goal of demonstrating the general utility but also empirical shortcomings of using the four-dimensional understanding of hybrid interference. The article shall finally present the main characteristics of the hybrid interference concept, based on theoretically and empirically salient criteria.

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Acknowledgments

This research is part of the project “Armed and Security Forces Resilience Towards Hybrid Threats” (VJ01010122) supported by the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic as part of the programme “Strategic Support of the Security Research Development in the Czech Republic 2019-2025 (IMPAKT 1)”.

Keywords

Hybrid threats; hybrid interference; conceptualization; case studies; testing.


Title in English:

HYBRID INTERFERENCE: FROM THE PARTICULAR TO A CONTINUUM
Empirical Test of the Multi-Dimensional Concept of “Hybrid”

Title in Czech:

HYBRIDNÍ PŮSOBENÍ: OD PARTIKULARITY KE KONTINUU
Empirický test vícerozměrného konceptu „hybridu“

Type:

Article

Author(s):

Vladimír BÍZIK, Dominika KOSÁROVÁ, Adam POTOČŇÁK, Richard STOJAR

Language:

English

Abstract:

English/Czech

Journal:

Obrana a strategie

Publisher:

University of Defence

ISSN:

1802-7199 (online)

DOI:

10.3849/1802-7199.22.2022.01.075-088

Issue:

Volume 22, Number 1 (June 2022)

Pages:

075-088

Received:

17.03.2022

Accepted:

01.04.2022

Published online:

15.06.2022

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