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2017 ILSS Symposium: Civil-Military Cooperation and International Collaboration in Cyber Operations

The front cover of the 2017 ILSS Symposium: Civil-Military Cooperation and International Collaboration in Cyber Operations. Behind the title is a gray-white background with various dark-colored intersecting lines.

Contributing Authors

Dr. Billy Wells, COL (Ret.) USA, University of North Georgia
Dr. Bryson R. Payne, University of North Georgia
Dr. Edward L. Mienie, University of North Georgia
Victor C. Parker, Jr., University of North Georgia
Noëlle van der Waag-Cowling
Sascha-Dominik Dov Bachmann, Bournemouth University

Håkan Gunneriusson, Swedish Defence University
Neal Kushwaha; Founder and CEO, Impendo Inc.
Bruce W. Watson; Chief Scientist, IP Blox
Major General Stephen G. Fogarty
Leo Scanlon
Bill Smullen
Colonel Jeffrey Collins
Colonel Laszlo Kovacs

Print Version

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Description

The Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies (ILSS), the College of Arts and Letters, and the UNG Press in partnership with the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute are pleased to announce a symposium on Leadership in a Complex World: Private Military Security Companies' Influence on International Security and Foreign Policy. The symposium will contribute to the scholarly discussion of this increasingly complex and important issue. U.S. or international scholars, graduate, and undergraduate students are invited to submit abstracts for papers or posters on topics related to the theme.

The symposium review committee will select the most relevant and highest quality submissions for between nine and twelve scholars to present and discuss at the symposium. Undergraduate submissions will be considered for poster sessions. Authors of selected abstracts will be invited to present as members of panels during the symposium. Extended papers from the selected abstracts will be published by the University of North Georgia Press in a peer-reviewed and edited symposium conference proceeding.

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