Last week, Ben attended a symposium at the Pentagon on the rise of so-called “hybrid conflicts,” where professionals from around the national security establishment attempted to define the idea and to develop an understanding of its implications for existing legal structures and the law of war. In this week’s podcast, Brig. Gen.
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I spent a day and half this week at the Pentagon at a remarkable symposium on so-called "hybrid conflicts" organized by the office of the legal adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The conference took place under Chatham House rules, so I'm constrained in describing the proceedings in any detail, but as it will be of particular interest to Lawfare readers, I will do the best I can.