24 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 543 (2023)
The concept of hybrid warfare has arisen recently to describe the efforts, short of outright war, used by nations to disrupt and destabilize each other. This Article reviews available negotiation theories, concepts and skills to determine whether they can help governmental actors and business organizations targeted by hybrid warfare respond effectively. In other words, can negotiation theories, concepts and skills be used to engage effectively in “hybrid conflict management”? The Article urges that international diplomacy and multiparty negotiation theories and skills, as well as the more recent scholarship that has developed regarding hostage negotiation and “wicked problems,” are likely to be most relevant. The Article concludes with specific recommendations for business targets and governmental actors.
Press, Sharon; Welsh, Nancy A.; and Kupfer Schneider, Andrea, "Negotiation Theories Engage Hybrid Warfare" (2023). Faculty Scholarship. 569.