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  1. Having Our Cake and Eating It, Too...

    I always thought that expression was a bit light - I mean, you need to have your cake, to eat it, right? Can't eat it if you don't have it, right?

    Anyway.

    Ken Anderson, who teaches law at...
  2. Symposium Opening Remarks

    Peter Singer's opening remarks are now up, and several participant posts should be up later in the day. From Singer:



    There's more. Looking forward to reading what develops in this SWC thread.
  3. Hi Bill. An important point. If participants...

    Hi Bill. An important point. If participants don't bring it up, I'll be sure to moderate it into the discussion. Thanks for suggesting it.

    Mike
  4. Bill, do you have a direct URL for Singer's...

    Bill, do you have a direct URL for Singer's article in Unmanned Vehicles? I can add it to the list of reference material we're compiling at CTlab.
  5. Peter W. Singer/Wired For War at The Complex Terrain Lab

    Hi All. I'd like to call your attention to another symposium coming up next week at The Complex Terrain Laboratory, from 30 March to 2 April. This one is on Peter Singer's new book Wired For War: The...
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    Rex, I've been on a bit of an Eyal Weizman...

    Rex,

    I've been on a bit of an Eyal Weizman trip lately, so your comment struck a chord. In Hollow Land: The Architectures of Israeli Occupation (Verso, 2007), he writes about the various spatial...
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    Another Unscheduled Intermission...

    Hi Marc. I lost track of this thread and had to dig around for it...



    I agree, technology is definitely morphing the dialogue and building bridges in all sorts of ways - SWC involvement in the...
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    Not sure how active this thread is any more, but...

    Not sure how active this thread is any more, but I thought I'd add my two cents worth anyway. A couple of the posters have suggested that it might be a stretch to consider the SWJ community of...
  9. OK, link's working. Thanks for posting it.

    OK, link's working. Thanks for posting it.
  10. FYI, looks like the link's not working.

    FYI, looks like the link's not working.
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    @Rex: Well, then, toot. :) I have to thank Dave D...

    @Rex: Well, then, toot. :) I have to thank Dave D for being a good web-friend about this, too. A lot of time and effort's gone into putting it together, and mostly just saving money be learning all...
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    Feral Cities and the Scientific Way of Warfare

    All - sincere apologies for long absence from this forum, and for showing up now, only to toot our own horn.

    I wanted to call your attention to an upcoming book discussion that's going to be held...
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    Yeah, we're getting there, slowly but surely. The...

    Yeah, we're getting there, slowly but surely. The Review blog at CTLab is pretty straightforward: provide a free-form vehicle for a number of COIN & conflict oriented bloggers, coming at it from...
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    Ghosts of Alexander Self-Outs

    As it turns out, Ghosts of Alexander is Christian Bleuer, a PhD candidate at the Australian National University (and another Canadian!). He's also just joined the Complex Terrain Lab as a weblog...
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    I don't think I can add anything to the...

    I don't think I can add anything to the discussion on this. I stumbled across early mention of it in two blogs run by people who knew him, and then tried to disseminate the news as quickly and widely...
  16. New CTLab Post by Stephen D.K. Ellis on State Failure

    Dear SWC Members - I'd like to draw your attention to a new post at the Complex Terrain Lab on state failure, by Stephen D.K. Ellis, the author of The Mask of Anarchy: The Destruction of Liberia and...
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    Right. I think one of the most important...

    Right. I think one of the most important consequences of some kinds of interventions is precisely the lack of follow-on mentoring needed to ensure new equipment and new skills aren't put to ill use....
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    Hear hear!

    Hear hear!
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    Cheers :)

    Cheers :)
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    Brian Williams

    Brian's one of those rare creatures. He's a scholar, tenured, etc. - and also spends extensive time on the ground, so he knows whereof he speaks. He's also got an online portfolio site, at...
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    Fixed

    Fixed
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    Roger that - thanks for the input. Still ironing...

    Roger that - thanks for the input. Still ironing out wrinkles and smoothing rough patches on the site.
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    An Historian's Perspective

    You might want to check out Brian Glyn Williams' post at the Complex Terrain Lab. He's been directly involved with the HTT program. As an historian AND one who's subject matter expertise is actually...
  24. Thanks for posting, I look forward to reading the...

    Thanks for posting, I look forward to reading the full report.

    There was an interesting report in the Int' Herald Tribune a few days ago that touched on this. I wrote it up in the Complex Terrain...
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    Check This Out - Human Terrain PMC

    http://www.sciasolutions.com/index.htm
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