Between War and Peace: Navigating the Gray Zones of Strategic Competition
A panel of Eisenhower Fellows from the US Army War College will share their informed practitioners' perspective on various dimensions of navigating the competition space between overt war and peace, including how U.S. allies can live with 'gray zone' competition in the Pacific, the importance of clarifying when cyber attacks can legally be considered acts of war, and the advantages of enhancing US “soft power” relative to other powers like China and Russia.
Colonel Jason Groat, Australia: “Life in the 'Gray Zone:' Competition with China in the Pacific"
Lt Colonel Patrick Walsh, US Army Reserve : "Drawing the Red Line – When does a Cyber Attack Become an Act of War? "
Mr. Mike Rossman, USAID: "Winning with Honey - Soft Power and National Security”
Moderated by Dr. Jenna Jordan, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Join these US Army War College Eisenhower Fellows for a constructive, candid dialog designed to improve mutual understanding of national security issues between these national security professionals and the societies they serve."
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The event is free and open to the public.