A public lecture and reception for 2013 Arts Alumni Achievement Award recipient, Ernie Regehr.
Part 1: Is it actually true that contemporary wars are rarely won? That we are "fighting to lose?" A survey of wars fought over the past 25 years, and how they end.
Part 2: A discussion of the limited utility of military force in response to the kinds of political, economic, and social conflicts that are at the root of contemporary armed conflict.
Part 3: Exploring the implications for national and international security policies, as well as military capabilities and deployments, in the interests of constructing stable national and international security environments.
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