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Hybrid influencing

Attribution of information influence operations is broken – this is how to fix it, suggests a new publication by NATO StratCom COE and Hybrid CoE

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Hybrid influencing

From private corporations to religious institutions – Hybrid CoE’s taxonomy of non-state hybrid threat actors

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Hybrid influencing

Hybrid CoE Research Report 6: Hybrid threats from non-state actors: A taxonomy

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EU/NATO

Hybrid CoE Working Paper 17: How to read Russia: Internal structural disunity, risk-taking, and Russia’s restless soul

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EU/NATO

Hybrid CoE Working Paper 16: Financial geopolitics and hybrid conflict: Strategic competition in a financialized world

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Hybrid influencing

New Trend Report on China: Regime survival is President Xi’s first priority

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Hybrid influencing

Hybrid CoE Trend Report 8: China’s power politics 2.0: Regime survival and global leadership

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Hybrid influencing

Due to its war in Ukraine, Russia may increase its hybrid threat activities in the MENA region

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Hybrid influencing

Hybrid CoE Research Report 5: Hybrid threat activity in the MENA region: State and non-state actors seeking status and expanding influence

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EU/NATO

Hybrid CoE Working Paper 14: Migration instrumentalization: A taxonomy for an efficient response

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Hybrid influencing

Hybrid CoE Working Paper 13: The Kremlin’s messaging on Ukraine: Authorities and “media” hand in hand

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