"Hitting the Target?" How New Capabilities Are Shaping Contemporary International Intervention
Aaronson, M, Aslam, W, Dyson, T and Rauxloh, R (2012) "Hitting the Target?" How New Capabilities Are Shaping Contemporary International Intervention In: Hitting the Target? International Workshop, 2012-07-12 - 2013-07-13, University of Surrey, UK.
Aaronson 2012 Workshop hitting the target REPORT.pdf
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This international, multidisciplinary, workshop was hosted by cii – the Centre for International Intervention - at the University of Surrey and was sponsored by the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University. The workshop’s objective was to explore how new selective precision strike capabilities available to military and intelligence forces are shaping approaches to international intervention. It aimed to be a forum for dialogue between different academic disciplines, as well as between academia and policy-makers/practitioners. Hence papers were encouraged that addressed the subject from behavioural, ethical, legal and politico/military perspectives – or a combination of these perspectives. A further aim was to explore these issues from the viewpoint of those on the receiving end of international intervention as well as those who carry it out. As the workshop took shape, it became apparent that the principal focus would be on the increasing offensive use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or “drones”, a topic of increasing public debate as well as policy relevance. The full programme is available at http://www.ias.surrey.ac.uk/workshops/intervention/programme.php A report was published as a result of this workshop and it is available at: http://www.rusi.org/publications/whitehallreports/ref:O51509D843E399/
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Keynote)|
|Divisions :||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Department of Politics|
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|Depositing User :||Symplectic Elements|
|Date Deposited :||31 Jul 2013 15:57|
|Last Modified :||09 Jun 2014 13:31|
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