The Future of Warfare and “Invisible Threats” to Peace: How Technology is Reshaping the Battlefield

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Program on Negotiation and Harvard Law School faculty member Gabriella Blum‘s essay “Invisible Threats,” co-authored with Benjamin Wittes of the Brookings Institution, was featured on the Harvard Law School website.

In a panel discussion about her research, Professor Blum explained her perspective on the growing threat of technology to peace and how the accessibility of this technology is changing the ways in which nations and people wage warfare.

Learn how technology is changing the nature of conflict and what this means for those trying to keep the peace by reading the article here.

If you are interested in learning more from Professor Blum, don’t miss her special one-day session “Understanding Diplomacy and International Negotiations” on September 19, 2013, in Cambridge, MA.

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