When we make law, we create categories; when we interpret law, we assign actions, actors, and events to the categories we have created. For law to be effective, we need reasonable clarity and consensus about the contents and value of our categories: the concept of “theft,” for instance, makes sense only if there is some shared understanding of the concepts of “property” and “ownership.” This is equally true of the legal framework governing conflict and coercion. Both international and US law take as a basic premise the notion that it is possible, important, and reasonably straightforward to distinguish between...Read More
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John Amble | April 6, 2017 |
Brig. Gen. Imre Porkoláb, Hungarian Defense Forces, is NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Transformation’s liaison officer to the US Department of Defense. At this MWI Speaker Series event, he will discuss NATO’s “persistent federated approach” to fighting in the “gray...Read More
Capt. John Chambers offers five concrete steps that will prepare the US Army to counter hybrid threats in the gray zone.Read More
In a new MWI Report, Capt. John Chambers examines hybrid threats and what the US Army needs to do in order to counter them.Read More
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