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Russian Hybrid Warfare and its Implications for NATO and The United States  

Russia has been employing 'hybrid warfare' against her neighbors (most notably Ukraine), Western Europe, NATO and the United States. Learn what hybrid warfare consists of and how Russia is using it to achieve her strategic goals. Through the Kremlin's use of a hybrid strategy, Russia now poses an alarming security threat to NATO and to the U.S.

 

Russian Hybrid Warfare and its Implications for NATO and The United States  Instructor:  Frank DiPiero

For this Distance Learning Course, the instructor's presentation is pre-recorded. This course is delivered via the Internet. 

The course link and instructions will appear on the order receipt. An electronic device with internet connection is required.

Course #:  CUR122 Student will provide an electronic device for viewing.

Date: This course remains available through the entire term. 

Time:  Available 24/7

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