Deterrence, Resilience, and the Shooting Down of Flight MH17

@article{vanDoorn2014DeterrenceRA,
  title={Deterrence, Resilience, and the Shooting Down of Flight MH17},
  author={Cees van Doorn and Theo Brinkel},
  journal={NL ARMS Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2020},
  year={2014},
  pages={365 - 383}
}
Russian disinformation has thus far proven to be unconvincing for most Dutch target audiences. This is the conclusion of the present chapter. Information and disinformation have become effective weapons in international politics. This is part of a development where the weapons and concepts used in deterrence strategies have moved away from the military domain toward the political, economic, humanitarian, and communicative ones. In western literature, this is called hybrid warfare. In recent… 

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