Competition, Conflict, and the Future of Irregular Warfare

July 22, 2020 00:36:51
Competition, Conflict, and the Future of Irregular Warfare
Modern War Institute
Competition, Conflict, and the Future of Irregular Warfare
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Show Notes

This episode of the Modern War Institute Podcast features a conversation with Dave Stephenson, the director of the Joint Staff’s Office of Irregular Warfare and Competition. The conversation dives deeply into the role of irregular warfare in the current and future global operation environments. How does it fit into the notion of great-power competition? Why is a joint approach to irregular warfare, which brings together the perspectives and accounts for the capabilities of all US armed services, especially important? These are just a few of the questions the discussion covers.

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