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Future Warfare and Humanitarian Implications

War is on the rise after a period of relative decline. The new spike in armed conflicts is happening at a time of accelerating change in geopolitical power, military technology, global demography, political alliances and urbanization. What does this mean for the way that wars will be fought in future and the dynamics of suffering that conflict will impose on civilian populations? Dr Hugo Slim - Head of Policy at the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva - will explore humanitarian concerns about future wars which are likely to be longer, intrinsically urban, deeply digitalized and involve an intricate mix of conventional force and sustained de-stabilization of the enemy's ability to govern.

Seminar Room 3-1, Level 3, Manasseh Meyer, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Tue 24 April 2018
05:15 PM - 06:30 PM

Dr Hugo Slim

Dr Hugo Slim

Head of Policy at the International Committee of the Red Cross

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Assoc Prof Francesco Mancini

Assoc Prof Francesco Mancini

Associate Dean (Career Services and Student Life), Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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