The Center for West European Studies at the University of Washington presents “What Ukraine Taught NATO about Hybrid Warfare” on November 21, 2022, a panel discussion with Acting Assistant Professor Sarah Lohmann and student authors.
“What Ukraine Taught NATO about Hybrid Warfare” examines how hybrid warfare is being used against NATO countries, identifies vulnerabilities and offers potential solutions to help member states diminish cyberattacks and increase energy independence.
Sarah Lohmann, acting assistant professor in the University of Washington Jackson School of International Studies and a visiting professor at the United States Army War College, served as the editor and lead author.
The handbook, published in November by U.S. Army War College Press, includes case studies written by JSIS graduate students and Army War College fellows from Lohmann’s 2021 “NATO, Energy and Cybersecurity” class. The students wrote specific case studies for different NATO countries, which provided the platform for the book.