“Hybrid” war as a new Ukrainian reality

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Author analyses warfare, which is carried out in Ukraine in the context of current military trends and counter-terrorism operations experience through the prism of the «hybrid» war concept.

Article explains that the «hybrid» war is a combination of guerrilla and civil wars, terrorism and insurgency. Main participants of the «hybrid» war are described: army, terrorists, guerrillas, insurgents and others, as well as features of inherent hostilities.

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