HYBRIDIZATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY

Keywords: hybridization, economy, globalization, changes, security

Abstract

Currently, the totality of modern geopolitical challenges and threats in the new information reality can be characterized as hybrid warfare, which includes a wide range of actions aimed at destruction of all spheres of social life of the rival state. Hybrid wars are now becoming the main instrument of geopolitical confrontation, which actualizes the search for counteraction to such threats. Whereas previously military security was reduced exclusively to quantitative indicators of the country’s combat effectiveness, then in the new information reality the country’s military security strategy requires different approaches to the development and implementation of measures to organize the country’s security system and take into account the specifics its various segments. Therefore, at the beginning of the XXI century it is important to analyze the specific features of the hybridization of the international economy.

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Published
2022-05-31
How to Cite
Duginets, G., & Busarieva, T. (2022). HYBRIDIZATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY. Economy and Society, (39). https://doi.org/10.32782/2524-0072/2022-39-42
Section
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS