Fifth Generation War Against Pakistan Its Dynamics, Implications and Response by State Institutions

Authors

  • Maseehullah Research Associate at ARCAITL Research at Law, Pakistan
  • Anjum Bibi Legal Consultant/ Assistant Advisor at Wafaqi Mohtasib Secretariat Regional Office Peshawar, Pakistan
  • Humaira Meer Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Swabi, Swabi, Pakistan.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47067/real.v6i1.302

Keywords:

Fifth Generation War, Cybercrime, Defamation, Hybrid War, Pakistan, Propaganda

Abstract

This research article's goal is to analyse fifth-generation war and the issues it presents for Pakistan. Pakistan is a victim of the fifth-generation war, which is described as everything that affects one's mind against a few religion, civilization, moral values, state, and security forces. Pakistan is the most significant nation in the world in terms of its geostrategic location, nuclear capability, and security ties. Using fifth generation warfare strategies, anti-Pakistan nations have created a variety of obstacles for Pakistan's national reconciliation, including security, terrorism, ethnic issues, and socioeconomic issues. This research paper is mostly consisting of the data gathered through secondary sources, like various books, discussion, journals, newspapers, lectures, discussion, internet, and magazine etc. Researcher used descriptive qualitative method to analyze the secondary data. This is an afford to explore with clear-cut examples from various social media forums like Facebook, Tweeter, Instagram, and WhatsApp etc. how these forums have been misused in fifth generation warfare against the ideological, geo- graphical and social integrity of Pakistan. It will further explore that what sort of response or regularity regime was adopted by state institutions to control and counter the misuse of social media for in fifth generation warfare. Last but not the least objective is to recommend a brief suggest various legal as well as technical steps to control and counter the misinformation and misrepresentation on these fora.

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Published

2023-03-01

How to Cite

Maseehullah, Bibi, A. ., & Meer, H. (2023). Fifth Generation War Against Pakistan Its Dynamics, Implications and Response by State Institutions . Review of Education, Administration & Law, 6(1), 41-50. https://doi.org/10.47067/real.v6i1.302