Proceedings of a workshop aimed at developing strategies to cope with asymmetric conflict in all its dimensions, including military operations, human rights and the role of law, media, public opinion and political warfare, international diplomacy, internal politics of democracies, and preserving civil liberties. Participants noted that military superiority does not count as it did in the past and that finding formulas for success is difficult.
War by What Means, According to Whose Rules?
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