CTX Journal Vol. 6, No. 4

 

November 2016

  1. From the Editor

    Elizabeth Skinner
  2. About the Contributors

  3. Foreward

    LT Gen Marshall B. "Brad" Webb, NATO Special Operations Headquarters
  4. Introduction: The Theory, History, and Current State of Hybrid Warfare 

    Frank Brundtland Steder, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment 
  5. Countering Russian Hybrid Warfare: Acknowledging the Character of Modern Conflict 

    CW4 Stephen M. Dayspring, US Army Special Forces  
  6. Russian Aggression Toward Ukraine: A Long-Term Example Of Hybrid Warfare

    Oleksandr Danylyuk, Ukraine Center For Defense Reforms 
  7. The Strategic Utility Of The Russian Spetsnaz In Crimea 

    Maj Abdullah Atay, US Naval Postgraduate School
  8. Is It All Just A Bad Habit? Explaining NATO's Difficulty In Deterring Russian Aggression 

    Leo Blanken, US Naval Postgraduate School 
  9. From Tactical Champions To Grand Strategy Enablers: The Future Of Small-Nation Sof In Counter–Hybrid Warfare

    Espen Berg-Knutsen, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment 
  10. To Change Or Not To Change?

    Ltc Sándor Fábián, Nato Special Operations Headquarters 
  11. Sharpening The Spear Of NATO SOF: Deterring Russian Hybrid Aggression Through Network Targeting

    Maj Brian W. James, US Naval Postgraduate School
  12. NATO Needs To Better Integrate Conventional And Special Operations Forces

    Maj Jesper Andreassen, Maj Kenneth Boesgaard,And Maj Anders Svendsen, Us Naval Postgraduate School
  13. NATO SOF Military Assistance to Support Deterrence and Reassure Russia

    CAPT Marius Kristiansen and LTC Andreas Hedenstrom, US Naval Postgraduate School 
  14. Afterword

    COL Michael Richardson, US Naval Postgraduate School
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This journal is not an official DoD publication. The views expressed or implied within are those of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of any governmental or nongovernmental organization or agency of the United States of America or any other country.

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EDITORIAL REVIEW BOARD

VICTOR ASAL

University of Albany SUNY

CHRIS HARMON

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies

BLAIRE HARMS

US Naval Postgraduate School

TROELS HENNINGSEN

Royal Danish Defense College

KENNETH POOLE

Joint Special Operations University

IAN C. RICE

US Army

NADIA SCHADLOW

Smith Richardson Foundation

JENNIFER MORRISON TAW

Claremont McKenna College

NICHOLAS TOMB

US Naval Postgraduate School

CRAIG WHITESIDE

US Naval War College

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