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JIGSAW

Today’s security environment is increasingly ambiguous and complex. Recent decades have seen an unprecedented acceleration of technological development especially in the digital domain. Widely available new technologies offer state and non-state adversaries new opportunities to disrupt NATO


THE Game Stop controversy and its lessons for NATO Cognitive Warfare

One of the aims of cognitive warfare could be to achieve economic disruption. Economic coercion, statecraft (including sanctions) and cognitive warfare are some of the many challenges that governments face in today’s complex and unpredictable world. Casino Capitalism and the obsession with capital


Simulation and Distributed Wargaming Experiment

NATO Innovation Hub successfully tested its first simulation-based wargame on Monday 14 Dec at its facility on the Old Dominion University (ODU) campus in Norfolk, Virginia, USA. The experiment was organized in partnership with the NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE)


NATO Innovation Challenge enters its second phase.

As we approach the U.S.’ Thanksgiving holiday, we are excited to announce our 10 Innovation Challenge finalists – a group of distinguished professionals, academics, and military who have submitted a series of exceptional proposals to “Building trust in Autonomous Systems”. Our 10 finalists include


The NATO Innovation Network

Innovation is a word used a lot at NATO and across the private and public sectors. But for the Alliance, what it means and why it matters is critical to maximize its potential. In simple terms, “innovation” can be considered a new idea, method, or device – or an introduction of something novel to