• The Russian Federation and International Security

The Russian Federation and International Security

  • Autor: Mirosław Banasik Piotr Gawliczek Agnieszka Rogozińska redakcja naukowa
  • Wydawca: Difin
  • ISBN: 978-83-8085-482-6
  • Data wydania: 2020
  • Liczba stron/format: 236/B5
  • Oprawa: miękka

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The book identifies the key activities that the Russian Federation is conducting on the international scene in order to achieve its own political goals and their consequences for security. It presents how Russia, using various instruments of impact, influences the formation of international relations. It identifies the implications of the hybrid war with the West and the economic impact on international security.

Contents:

Piotr Gawliczek
Introduction

Part 1. The Russian Federation’s influence on international relations


Mirosław Banasik
Chapter 1. Nuclear Weapons of the Russian Federation as a Tool for Shaping International Security

Adam Zamojski
Chapter 2. Cultural Security. Transformation of Europe’s Identity in Light of the Concept of the Ideological Control Subsystem (ICS)

Agnieszka Rogozińska
Chapter 3. The Role of NATO in Shaping the Security of Eastern Europe in the Context of Threats Created by the Russian Federation

Grzegorz Nycz
Chapter 4. Soviet-era Threat Posed by Russia: Polish Perspective as a US Ally

Małgorzata Matraszek-Bujek
Chapter 5. Determinants of Poland’s Military Security

Part 2. Exerting influence by the Russian Federation through Hybrid Warfare

Khayal Iskandarov, Piotr Gawliczek
Chapter 6. Hybrid Warfare as a New Type of War. The Evolution of its Conceptual Construct

Josef Schroefl
Chapter 7. Hybrid Threat Scenario and its Development During Hybrid Campaigns for EU/NATO Country with Special Consideration of Cyber Power

Khayal Iskandarov, Piotr Gawliczek
Chapter 8. Hybrid Warfare as an Instrument of Political Leverage (with a Special Focus on the South Caucasus)

Oleksandr Shcherba
Chapter 9. The Information Component of the Hybrid War between Russia and Ukraine

Part 3. Exerting influence by The Russian Federation through economic impact

Adam Sadowski
Chapter 10. Resistance of the Military Logistics System of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland to Contemporary Threats from the Russian Federation

Khayal Iskandarov, Piotr Gawliczek
Chapter 11. The South Causasus and Energy Security: Challenges and Prospects

Khayal Iskandarov, Piotr Gawliczek
Chapter 12. Hybrid Threats to Energy Security. The South Caucasus  as a Focal Point

Olimpia Kunert
Chapter 13. Strategies in International Transport on the Grounds  of Euro-Atlantic Security

Nikolett Katalin Bus
Chapter 14. Safety Requirements for the Cleaning of Atmospheric  Storage Tanks

Piotr Gawliczek
Concluding Remarks

Mirosław Banasik
doktor habilitowany w dyscyplinie nauk o bezpieczeństwie, pułkownik dyplomowany Wojska Polskiego, absolwent studiów doktoranckich Akademii Obrony Narodowej w Warszawie i podyplomowych studiów polityki obronnej Akademii Obrony NATO w Rzymie. Zajmował szereg stanowisk dowódczych i sztabowych. Był między innymi Zastępcą Polskiego Narodowego Przedstawiciela Wojskowego przy Kwaterze Głównej Sojuszniczych Sił NATO w Europie, szefem Centrum Zarządzania Kryzysowego MON i Centrum Operacyjnego Ministra Obrony Narodowej. Obecnie zatrudniony na stanowisku profesora nadzwyczajnego w Katedrze Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego Wydziału Nauk Społecznych Uniwersytetu Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach. Dorobek naukowy obejmuje 10 monografii i ponad 70 opublikowanych w Polsce i za granicą opracowań naukowych. Swoje zainteresowania badawcze koncentruje wokół zagadnień związanych z bezpieczeństwem w wymiarze narodowym i międzynarodowym, planowaniem strategicznym, prowadzeniem wojen nowej generacji, zarządzaniem kryzysowym i pozyskiwaniem nowych zdolności operacyjnych.

Assoc. Prof. in the discipline of security sciences, certified Colonel of the Polish Army, graduated from doctoral studies at the National Defence Academy in Warsaw and studies of defence policy from the NATO Defence Academy in Rome. He held several command and staff positions. He was, among others, Deputy of the Polish National Military Representative at the Headquarters of NATO Allied Forces in Europe, Head of the Crisis Management Centre of the Ministry of Defence and the Operations Centre of the Minister of National Defence. Currently employed as an university professor in the Department of Security Sciences of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce. His scientific output includes 12 monographs and over 80 scientific studies published in Poland and abroad. His research interests focus on issues related to national and international security, strategic planning, conducting new generation wars, crisis management and acquisition new operational capabilities.

Piotr Gawliczek
(Assoc. Prof.) Ph.D. graduated from Polish Naval Academy Gdynia. In 2001 he attended Strategic Course of the Command and Staff College of the Bundeswehr. In 2004 he completed Ph.D. studies at the National Defence University Warsaw. In 2005 he attended the High-Level Course of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC). He also completed the Senior Course of the NATO Defense College, Rome (2006). In 2009 he defended his postdoctoral thesis (habilitates) on asymmetric threats. His research and educational activities are focused on information and communications technologies (ICT), Advanced Distributed Learning, and mobile learning within education and training. He is also focusing on asymmetric threats, strategic communications, leadership issues, and the Bologna Process. He supports the efforts of the partner countries within the Defence Enhancement Education Programs (DEEP). He has written numerous publications on questions of ICT, e-learning, Bologna Process, asymmetric threats, and leadership. He has implemented e-learning/ADL system solutions, based on the LMS ILIAS platform, in many military and civilian educational entities. Doctor honoris causa of the National Defence University of Ukraine, Kyiv (2020).

Agnieszka Rogozińska
doktor nauk społecznych, adiunkt w Katedrze Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego Uniwersytetu Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach. Sekretarz redakcji czasopism Polityka i Bezpieczeństwo oraz Niepodległość: czasopismo poświęcone najnowszej historii Polski. Stażystka Biblioteki Polskiej w Paryżu, Instytutu Polskiego i Muzeum im. gen. Sikorskiego w Londynie, a także Uniwersytetu Lumsa w Rzymie i Uniwersytetu w Cordobie. Zainteresowania badawcze koncentruje na problematyce bezpieczeństwa euroatlantyckiego, instytucjonalnym wymiarze bezpieczeństwa i współczesnych zagrożeniach dla bezpieczeństwa.

Doctor of social sciences, graduate of the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce. Intern at the Polish Library in Paris, Polish Institute and Museum. Gen. Sikorski in London, as well as Lumsa University in Rome and the University of Cordoba. Member of the Program Council and analyst at the Strategic Analysis Center of the New Europe Institute. Particularly interested in international security issues, the institutional dimension of security and contemporary security threats.

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