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Starttidspunkt28. mai 2020 08:30
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Russia’s Changing Strategy and Warfare. What now, NATO?

On 28 May, distinguished scholars and policy-makers meet at the IFS Russia Strategy Forum to discuss key developments in the theory and practice of Russia’s strategic thinking and NATO’s progress in meeting the new Russia challenge.
Date: Thursday 28 May
Time: 8.30–12.30 (coffee and registration from 8.00, light lunch 12.30–13.00)
Venue: Høymagasinet, Oslo
NDUC/Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies 

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Russian military strategy has undergone a dynamic development over the past decade, with a strong impact on Russia's approach to the use of force in international relations. This includes an increasing ability to apply military and offensive non-military means, not least in the 'grey zone' that is often not limited by territorial borders. What methods and means might Russia apply to reach its policy objectives next?

  • What trends do we see emerging in Russia's military strategy and warfare? 
  • How are they shaped by the Russian strategic culture and military thought, mixing past with the future? 
  • How is Russia imagining and preparing for future wars? 
  • And is NATO on the right path in adapting its defense and deterrence to Russia's changing strategy?


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Publisert 27. februar 2020 08:48.. Sist oppdatert 3. april 2020 12:19.