1. Chapter 1: The Missing Link: Civil-Military Cooperation and Hybrid Wars Sebastian Rinelli and Isabelle Duyvesteyn.- Chapter 2: Civil-Military Interaction: Learning From Experience Koen van der West and Joerg Warstat.- Chapter 3:Hybrid Warfare as Lawfare: towards a Comprehensive Legal Approach Sascha-Dominik Bachmann and Andres Munoz Mosquera.- Chapter 4:A Collective Response to Destabilisation: the NATO Centres of Excellence Marian Corbe.- Chapter 5:Resilience for Hire? NATO Contractor Support in Afghanistan Examined Eugenio Cusumano.- Chapter 6:Civil-Military Cooperation: a Humanitarian Perspective Silvia Colona.- Chapter 7:From Strategic Communication to Sanctions: The European Union's Approach to Hybrid Threats Francesco Giumelli, Eugenio Cusumano and Matteo Besana.- Chapter 8:Lifting the Fog of Hybrid War? United Nations Environmental Understanding in Mali Sebastian Rietjens.- Chapter 9:A Military Contribution to State Resilience: Afghanistan and Lebanon Nick Pounds Iyad El Alam, and Rudolf Keijzer.- Chapter 10: Cyber War in Perspective: Lessons from the Ukrainian Conflict Henry Roigas.- Chapter 11: Non-Linear Warfare in the Baltic Region: Strengthening NATO's Eastern Flank James Rogers.- Chapter 12: Civil-Military Responses to Hybrid Threats in East Asia Andrew Gawthorpe.- Chapter 13: Conclusions Marian Corbe and Eugenio Cusumano.
Eugenio Cusumano is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands. His research, published in leading security studies journals, concentrates on the role of non-state actors in military operations and humanitarian crises both on land and at sea.
Marian Corbe is the Academic Advisor at NATO's Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence in The Hague, The Netherlands, and an officer of the German Armed Forces. His current work focuses on aligning academic research and education with military demands in the area of civil-military cooperation.
"Clear and well structured, the book achieves its aim. It will definitely become a reference point for those studying civil-military cooperation approaches to counter societal destabilisation. Given the common challenge of building societal resilience, the book is a call for academics and practitioners to further theoretical sophistication and empirical richness: together they are recognised as the only ways to avoid excessive complexity or vagueness in dealing with hybrid threats and hybrid warfare." (Giuseppe Fersini, The International Spectator, Vol. 53 (3), 2018)