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War by non-military means: understanding Russian information warfare

@inproceedings{Franke2015WarBN,
  title={War by non-military means: understanding Russian information warfare},
  author={U. Franke},
  year={2015}
}
  • U. Franke
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • "This report is first and foremost a review of Russian official documents and Russian literature on military theory with regard to information warfare. It also offers a few case studies, to shed light on how the theory is applied in practice. One conclusion is that information warfare is not considered to be just a matter for the Armed Forces, but rather a strategic matter that requires the coordination of many government agencies. Another conclusion is that information warfare, according to… CONTINUE READING
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