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Hybrid Warfare or Hybrid Threat – The Use of Lawfare and Disinformation in Poland and Australia

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Piotr ŁubińskiPiotr Łubiński • 1st • 1stSenior lecturer, humanitarian law, human rights. Phd in Law Krakow and Aberystwyth. LegAd to PMF in Afghanistan 2008Senior lecturer, humanitarian law, human rights. Phd in Law Krakow and Aberystwyth. LegAd to PMF in Afghanistan 20081w • Edited •    1 week ago

It was a wonderful evening at University of Melbourne, made possible by the warm hospitality of AIPA. Special thanks to Alexandra Dunwill, PhD and Gosia (Malgorzata) Klatt for organizing the event. We delved into two of the four challenges of hybrid operations: hashtag#disinformation and hashtag#lawfare. The discussion was enriched by case studies on the instrumentalization of migration by Belarus/Russia, compared with the exploitation of oceans, particularly around the exclusive economic zone near the Galapagos, and the use of its artificial islands by China hashtag#theSouthChinaSea. This facilitated an excellent exchange with AIPA members, highlighting the similarities in how Poland, the European Union and Australia deal with hybrid threats. During the debate, we could also share information about international projects of Jagiellonian University Centre for International Studies and Development (CISAD) hashtag#IRAS Dominika Dziwisz https://lnkd.in/dkQFHnZk

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