Volume 2, Issue 2

Why Hybrid Warfare is Tactics Not Strategy: A Rejoinder to “Future Threats and Strategic Thinking”

Dan G. Cox, Thomas Bruscino & Alex Ryan
U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies
U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies
Booz Allen Hamilton, United States of America

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About The Author

Dan G. Cox is an associate professor of political science at the U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies. His published books include Terrorism, Instability, and Democracy in Asia and Africa and Population-Centric Counterinsurgency: A False Idol? He has also published articles in the Journal of Peace Research, Congress and the Presidency, Parameters, and Joint Force Quarterly. 


Thomas Bruscino is an associate professor of military history at the U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies. He is the author of A Nation Forged in War: How World War II Taught Americans to Get Along. 


Dr. Alex Ryan is an Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton and a recipient of the firm’s highest honor, the Values In Practice award. Dr. Ryan has taught operational and strategic design at the School of Advanced Military Studies and to commands including U.S. Special Operations Command and U.S. Strategic Command. Dr. Ryan also has nine years of experience as a defense scientist with Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO). His dissertation in applied mathematics advanced a multidisciplinary approach to complex systems design.

To Cite This Article

Cox, Dan G., Bruscino, Thomas & Ryan, Alex, “Why Hybrid Warfare is Tactics Not Strategy: A Rejoinder to ‘Future Threats and Strategic Thinking’”, Infinity Journal, Volume 2, Issue No. 2, Spring 2012, pages 25-29.