National Security | Military Ethics | Global Far-Right Extremism | Counter-Terrorism | Antisemitism


Terror in slippers

Join me in this insightful lecture as we delve into the ever-evolving nature of warfare since World War 2. Gone are the days of conventional wars solely between states; today, we face the complex challenge of combating terrorism and guerrilla organizations. In this thought-provoking session, we will explore the fundamental distinctions between these types of wars and the moral-ethical dilemmas they present.

Together, we will ponder a crucial question: Can a country effectively fight terrorism from a military standpoint while upholding moral principles? As we navigate this intriguing topic, I will share compelling insights, analysis, and real-life scenarios to shed light on this pressing issue.

The lecture features an engaging presentation and  videos, providing a comprehensive and immersive learning experience.

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