Authors in the composition:
Panarin Igor Nikolaevich - Professor, Doctor of Political Sciences, full member of the Academy of Military Sciences of the Russian Federation, Head of the Information Special Forces Association.
Bartosh Alexander Alexandrovich - Corresponding Member of the Academy of Military Sciences of the Russian Federation.
Grigoriev Vitaly Robertovich - Candidate of Technical Sciences , Head of the Department of MTH (MIREA)
Andrei Anatolyevich Kazantsev — Doctor of Political Sciences, Ch. Researcher and Director of the Center of IMI MGIMO, MFA of Russia.
Vladimir N. Kolotov - Doctor of Historical Sciences, Head of the Department of St. Petersburg State University.
Klimov Sergey Mikhailovich - Professor of MGTU. N.E. Baumana, Dr. Technical Sciences
Igor Lobanov - Full Member of the Academy of Military Sciences, Doctor of Political Sciences, Associate Professor of the Supreme State Service Military Staff.
Alexander Orlov, Senior Researcher, Institute of International Studies (IMI), MGIMO University, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia,
Chvarkov Sergey Vasilyevich - Deputy Chief of the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation for Research, Dr. Military Sciences, Lieutenant-General.
Troshin Dmitry Vladimirovich - Candidate of Technical Sciences. Leading Researcher, Institute of Economic Policy and Economic Security Issues, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Churilov Sergey Anatolyevich - Director of the National Center for Information Counter-Terrorism and Extremism in the Educational Environment and the Internet (Rostov-on-Don).
Content of the Report
- ” Hybrid war” as a new form of interstate confrontation.
1.1. Changing the balance of military and non-military types of struggle in contemporary conflicts.
Transformation factors of modern war.
Dimensions of “hybrid war” as a new form of interstate confrontation
On the inapplicability of the norms of modern international law to the “hybrid war”
Factors determining the choice of a country as an object of “hybrid” aggression
“ Hybrid War” as a Threat to Russia’s National Security
Adaptation of the system of ensuring Russia’s national security to the challenges and threats generated by the “hybrid war”.
1.2. The United States and NATO as the most important sources of “hybrid” threats.
2. The Eurasian Arc of Instability as one of the main tools of the hybrid war in Eurasia
3. The theory of “hybrid war.”
3.1. What is a “hybrid war”?
February coup d’état.
3.2. Geopolitical hybrid war. Types of hybrid warfare.
- Topical issues of the use of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the “hybrid wars”
- Information sphere and “hybrid war”.
5.1. Threat models of joint information technology and psychological information in “hybrid wars”.
5.2. The role of virtual social resources of the Internet in real “hybrid wars”
A. Features of social networks as an environment for managing public opinion
B. Analysis of the possibilities for the use by cybercriminals and special services of computer social networks for destructive purposes.
B. Model of the use of cybercriminals Twitter social network for destructive purposes
5.3. Cyber operations as a form of “hybrid war”.
5.4. “Modern types of strategies of information confrontation through the Internet”
The main trends in the global information society.
Information confrontation. Types of strategies.
- Terrorism as a tool of “hybrid wars”.
- Development of cooperation in the context of “hybrid war”.
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