John Young's detailed report of the War Studies Working Group's activities at the 2017 conference in Oslo is attached here.
WG1 War Studies
This does not reflect the final program for the conference.
Piotr Hac, Usage of State of Emergency in Case of Hybrid Threat
Jean-Loup Samaan, Non-State Actors and Anti-Access Capabilities: An Emerging Challenge?
Marzena Żakowska, The Hybrid War in The Balkans
Anton DENGG, Hybrid Threats — Hybrid Warfare — War. A Suggestion to Disentangle Conceptual Confusions
Joanna van der Merwe, Artificial Intelligence and The Modern System of Force Employment
João Manuel Pinto Correia, Military Capabilities and The Strategic Planning Conundrum
Ömer Faruk, Cyprian Kozera, Operation Euphrates Shield and The Hybrid Warfare in The Urban Environment: The Dilemma and Challenges of Using Conventional And Special Forces in The Fight Against Daesh.
Adam D. M. Svendsen, Parsing Future Security Challenges: ISR As an Important System of Systems-Based Agent Of & For Change
Ion Berindan, The Imperial Legacy in The Turkish Strategic Culture. A 2018 Appraisal of Davutoglu’s Concept of Strategic Depth
Oana -Elena Brânda, Romania As A Security Provider for NATO And The EU
Beata Gostomczyk Functioning of the Russian special services in the aspect of strategic documents shaping them.
Piotr Sosnowski, The reform of the Peshmerga as a component of the Regional Security Policy of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq