Law enforcement necessitates constant conceptual renewal, given the emergence of hybrid threats. The existing legal framework doesn’t grant satisfactory legal leverage in order for public order agents to properly intervene during hybrid conflict. Alternatively, legal remedies are at hand and pre-existing legislation offers enough room for a state-of-the-art approach towards assuring effective policing solutions during war times. The study will also delve into the approach that Romania and the Czech Republic delineated in order to proactively counter hybrid war. In this context, the expert text outlines the aspects that govern state authorities and the threats they face. The present paper discusses the current international situation with the main emphasis on the implementation and combating of hybrid warfare.
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