New Just War or just new wars? Assessing the strategic, legal and ethical consequences of the changing character of war
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Organisée cette année par le Centre Thucydide
January 27, 2020.
9h: Welcoming participants. (Le Patio)
9h15: Introductory remarks and presentation of the European War Studies Network.
- Pr. Jean-Vincent HOLEINDRE and Ms. Marie ROBIN
9h30- 10h30: KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Thierry Balzacq -Sciences Po (to be confirmed)
10h30-12h: Panel 1: How to create novelty? The challenges of military innovation
Chair and discussant: Dr. Océane ZUBELDIA, IRSEM
- Lucie PEBAY, University of Bath, Contemporary French Military Transformation: Towards Innovation?
- Rupert CULYER, University of Sussex, The Death of Orientalism? Cybernetic thought and homogenizing the battlefield
- Laura HOLLÆNDER SCHOUSBOE, University of Southern Denmark, How innovations cease to be new: Routinizing technological innovations within military organizations.
- Thomas HUGUES, Queen’s University (Canada), New Day, New rules: the logic of regime-based confidence building in the cyber arena.
12h-14h: AEGES Working Lunch: Publication workshop. What does it mean to be a PhD student working on war in Europe today? For participants only.
14h-15h30: Panel 2: New actors?
Chair and discussant: Pr. Daniel BRUNSTETTER, UC Irvine.
- Hannah WEST, University of Bath, Pregnant, Unarmed, in command: Women as weapon systems in front line combat
- Raphael DANINO-PERRAUD, Laboratoire d’économie d’Orléans & IRSEM, Critical Raw materials in the value chain of the European Defense Industry.
- Eva PORTEL, Sciences Po Bordeaux, Cultural Destructions by the Islamic State group: a strategic issue.
- Martino TOGNOCCHI, University of Milan, The making of war at a distance: how modern technologies in the Crimean war recast the “present of war”;
16h-17h30: Panel 3: L’extension du domaine de la guerre. New domains, new disciplines?
Chair and discussant: Dr. Amelie THEUSSEN, University of Southern Denmark
- Megan KARLSHOEJ-PEDERSEN, Oxford Research Group, Strategy on a light footprint? Unpicking contemporary remote warfare in Africa.
- Matthijs OOMS, Royal Netherlands Navy, Maritime Trade Protection: is the West prepared?
- Emma CAMPBELL-MOHN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Blood and Treasure: The Ethics of Using Economic Coercion instead of Military Conflict.
- Marie ROBIN, Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas/ University of Southern Denmark, Fighting with words. A strategic analysis of jihadists’ revenge.
19h: Dinner in town – for participants only.
January 28, 2020.
9h30-11h: Panel 4. Thinking anew. New paradigms in war studies?
Chair and discussant: Dr. Vincent C. KEATING, University of Southern Denmark.
- Chiara LIBISELLER, King’s College London, Fashionable Concepts in the field of Strategic Studies.
- Jakob HAUTER, University College London, Forensic War Studies: A research Agenda to Counter the Challenge of Disinformation.
- Johanna MOEHRING, Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, Fighting that doesn’t go “bang”: military power and political warfare.
- Marshall PALMER, NPSIA, Carleton University, Political warfare in the 21st century: Evaluating Russia’s intervention in the 2016 Election.
11h30-13h: Panel 5: Is there such a thing as a new war?
Chair and discussant: Pr. Jean-Vincent HOLEINDRE, Université Paris 2
- Silvie JANICATOVA, Masaryk University, Air Power in Contemporary Conflicts: A weapon of first choice?
- Sorina TOLTICA, University of Portsmouth, Old Actors, New practice? An Analysis of UK&US Remote Warfare Strategy in Nigeria
- Guna ZACESTE, University of Latvia, Decision making of Nordic and Baltic States between military conscription and All-Volunteer force after the Cold War.
- Ruben STEWART, International Red Cross, Civilian Harm and the Shape of the Future of War.
- Benjamin HARRIS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Future of Great Power Military Intervention.
LUNCH – For participants only.
14h30-16h: Panel 6: The consequences of new technologies on warfare.
Chair and discussant : Pr. Olivier SCHMITT, University of Southern Denmark.
- Laure DE ROCHEGONDE, CERI Sciences Po, LAWS in War and Laws of war: Are Killer Robots Compatible with International Humanitarian Law?
- Anneleen VAN DEN MEER, University of Saint-Andrews, Blueprints: Using the chemical weapons debate to imagine an RAS-free future.
- Joanne KIRKHAM, Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, Autonomous Weapons: Between the quest for power and humanitarian concerns, a study of legal discourses
- Vicky KARYOTI, University of Southern Denmark, 21st Century Soldiers: Military Professionalism in the Era of Artificial Intelligence.
- Ibrahim TEKES, Marmara University, What happens in terms of law of war if the robots come into the battlefield?
Concluding Remarks: Pr. Olivier SCHMITT, University of Southern Denmark.
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