Tag: Countering Comprehensive Coercion: Competitive Strategies Against Authoritarian Political Warfare

‘Winning Without Fighting’? A strategy to counter autocrats’ political warfare

     

In the Russian view of information warfare, there is no front line and rear areas, and no non-combatants, Chatham House reports. According to Russia’s Chief of General Staff General Valeriy… Read more »

West must identify, exploit asymmetric advantages over autocrats

     

With the re-emergence of great power competition,  Russia and China are pursuing asymmetric strategies against the West, using the advantages of authoritarianism—secrecy, deception, a lack of legal or moral constraints—to… Read more »

Competitive Strategies Against Authoritarian Political Warfare

     

Disinformation is only one of a range of tools deployed by Russia and China in practicing a unique form of authoritarian political warfare: comprehensive coercion, according to a new analysis… Read more »