Hybride Bedrohungen 2016 (Hybrid Threats 2016)


10 Pages Posted: 30 Jan 2016

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Sascha Dov Bachmann

Bournemouth University - The Media School; Swedish Defence University (FHS); Bournemouth University

Date Written: December 25, 2015


Abstrakt German: Hybride Kriegsfuehrung als Konzept der Kriegsfuehrung ist nicht unbedingt eine komplett neue Form der Kriegsfuehrung und hat seine Wurzeln in der Kriegsfuehrung vergangener Konflikte. Dessen ungeachtet wird Hybride Kriegsfuehrung die Zukunft bewaffneten Konflikts (mit-)bestimmen.

Abstract English: The refugee crisis in Western Europe, Islamist terrorism abroad and increasingly also in the intra-European context. Organized criminality, human trafficking and cyber attacks or, Cybercrime are examples of hybrid threats which more often affect the powers of national security organs and overtax them. The answer would be a Western European basic consensus on regional cooperation of all concerned security agencies to address these threats through a comprehensive security hybrid approach. Such an approach presupposes, however also an appropriate legal framework alongside a political consensus - a challenge that must be overcome.

Note: Downloadable document is in German.

Keywords: Hybrid Threats, Migration Wars, Terrorism, European and Global Security, Schengen, EU

Suggested Citation

Bachmann, Sascha-Dominik Oliver Vladimir, Hybride Bedrohungen 2016 (Hybrid Threats 2016) (December 25, 2015). SICHER. UND MORGEN? SICHERHEITSPOLITISCHE JAHRESVORSCHAU 2016. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2722601

Sascha-Dominik Oliver Vladimir Bachmann (Contact Author)

Bournemouth University - The Media School ( email )

Bournemouth, BH12 5BB
United Kingdom

Swedish Defence University (FHS) ( email )

114 28, Drottning Kristinas väg 37
Stockholm, 114 28

HOME PAGE: http://https://bournemouth.academia.edu/SaschaDominikBachmann

Bournemouth University ( email )

Bournemouth, BH1
United Kingdom

HOME PAGE: http://staffprofiles.bournemouth.ac.uk/display/sbachmann

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