Hybrid Warriors: Transforming Czech Security through the ‘Russian Hybrid Warfare’ Assemblage
Czech Sociological Review published an article authored by Jan Daniel and Jakub Eberle that analyses the transformations in the understanding of the Czech national security due to the emergence of the notion of "Russian hybrid warfare".
"This article analyses the ascent of ‘Russian hybrid warfare’(RHW) as a notion that transformed the understanding of national security in the Czech Republic in the short period of 2014–2016. It argues that the emergence of RHW as a specifically understood prime security threat was the result of contingent and often unruly social interactions across different settings rather than a linear and
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Jan Daniel, Ph.D. is a senior researcher at the Institute of International Relations Prague and his main fields of interest include interpretative approaches in International Relations and security studies and Middle East politics.
Jakub Eberle, Ph.D. is a senior researcher at the Institute of International Relations Prague and the Head of the Centre for European Integration; his main fields of interest include critical theories of International Relations and discourse theory and methodology.