NATO PROJECTING STABILITY BEYOND EASTERN FLANK

The article aims at assessing NATO Warsaw Summit outcomes for the Eastern Flank and the security environment shaped by the Russian-Ukrainian War. The author focuses on developing non-kinetic tasks in the operational art identified within the hybrid approach towards defence. The research presents the main categories and examples of required capabilities within the theatre of operation, influencing the response to hybrid warfare. The summary provides the perspective of sustainable stability achieved through resilience.



The article aims at assessing NATO Warsaw Summit outcomes for the Eastern Flank and the security environment shaped by the Russian-Ukrainian War. The author focuses on developing non-kinetic tasks in the operational art identified within the hybrid approach towards defence. The research presents the main categories and examples of required capabilities within the theatre of operation, influencing the response to hybrid warfare. The summary provides the perspective of sustainable stability achieved through resilience.
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Natalia Wojtowicz

Natalia Wojtowicz – Subject Matter Expert at the Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE), specializing in Modelling and Simulation. Previously an Action Officer at NATO Headquarters, Land and Maritime Capabilities Section. Her publications include the analysis of NATO and Russia military manoeuvers preceding the war with Ukraine and Georgia, as well as the full spectrum of non-kinetic capabilities used in the conflicts.


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