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Unconventional Forms of Civil Participation in Defence: Preliminary observations from Russo-Ukrainian War


Since the end of the Cold War, there has been growing pressure to develop a new way of thinking about the concept of “modern war.” Much of the literature on the subject has been written from the perspective of the attacking side, i.e. primarily from the perspective of counter-terrorist operations taking place in the Middle East. In the case of the war in Ukraine, however, we can observe rapid developments not only in the armed conflict itself, but also in the mobilization of society and culture.

In our new Espresso text, authors Matej Kandrik and Tadeas Pala analyze specific cases of civilian mobilization and its impact on the course of the war.

You can read the full text here.

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