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Hybrid warfare as a term entered the modern strategic lexicon in early 2000, despite having been practiced in various forms for a long time. Commonly defined as a blend of both kinetic and non-kinetic options to offset conventional
power dynamics, hybrid warfare includes extensive use of tools like disinformation, propaganda, economic coercion, backing of proxy militia and cyber-attacks etc. by an adversary state to achieve its strategic interests. Although an old concept in military strategy, the growing costs of men and material in traditional warfare and the related jurisdictional concerns encourage states to opt for this peculiar mode of warfare.

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