Dr Sascha Dov Bachmann, Associate Professor in International Law (BU) and War Studies (Swedish Defence University – FHS), Research Fellow at CEMIS, Stellenbosch University and Director of BU’s Centre for Conflict,Rule of Law and Society presented his work on Hybrid Warfare at the University of North Georgia, USA.
Its Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies hosted an international symposium on on “Civil-Military Cooperation and International Collaboration in Cyber Operations”.
The Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies (ILSS) was formed in September, 2015 on UNG’s Dahlonega Campus. The vision of the Institute is to make the Corps of Cadets a nationally-recognized program of choice for students pursuing careers as successful leaders in the U.S. Army, government and non-government agencies, and corporations with global interests, in support of U.S. national security. Graduates of the Corps of Cadets are highly sought after.
Sascha was invited to share the findings of his ongoing work (see BU Research News) on
Hybrid Warfare (see Interview in Remote Control Project by Oxford Research Group: Sascha Dov Bachmann) and NATO/US approaches to Hybrid Threats/Warfare (such as human trafficking, poaching and terrorism and cyber).
Sascha reflected on his work with various organizations and security actors such as US CENTCOM, NATO and national academic partners such as the Swedish Defence University, the Austrian Ministry of Defence as well as the UK Parliament’s Defence Select Committee.