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Danyk Yuriy (National Defense University of Ukraine), Semenkova Maryna (National Defense University of Ukraine), Pacek Piotr (War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland)
The Conflictogenity of Migration and its Patterns During the Hybrid Warfare
Torun International Studies, 2019, nr 1(12), s. 61-73, rys., bibliogr. 38 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Migracja, Wojna hybrydowa, Konflikty społeczne, Manipulacja społeczna
Migration, Hybrid war, Social conflicts, Social manipulation
The population's tendency to protest or to get involved in conflict can be used as a method of hybrid warfare in a targeted country or region. Frustrations occur due to the actual or artificially contrived resentment in a community or among some population groups. The deterioration of social and economic conditions and the lack of opportunities to improve one's standard of living as well as the growing sense of danger or a real threat to life and security - all these elements have given rise to intensive migration processes in many regions of the world. Consequently, it is the main aspect of the modern world that needs being taken heed of. The influx of refugees and migrants settling down in the new areas cause the transformation of horizontal inequality among the migrants themselves and between migrants and locals. The intensification of migration processes stems from the peculiarities of the hybrid conflicts such as a powerful cognitive, informational and psychological influence, the use of different technologies including the manipulative ones. The possibility of managing migration processes and, to a certain extent the migrants' potential for conflict, is becoming the easible instrument to break down the system of regional and international security through spreading conflicts to the places towards which the migration flows are directed.(original abstract)
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