Prevention,
management
and resolution
Torino, 1-12 July 2019

The Engaging Conflict Summer School is designed to equip committed students, early-career researchers and professionals with advanced tools to critically understand conflict and tackle it as a dynamic reality. Engaging Conflict's faculty draws from a unique spectrum of expertise to train a select group of participants in assessing the complexity of conflict and post-conflict scenarios, and evaluating the relevance and impact of different policy choices or normative standings, from non-intervention to conflict prevention and peacebuilding.

The Engaging Conflict Summer School is designed to equip committed students, early-career researchers and professionals with advanced tools to critically understand conflict and tackle it as a dynamic reality. Engaging Conflict's faculty draws from a unique spectrum of expertise to train a select group of participants in assessing the complexity of conflict and post-conflict scenarios, and evaluating the relevance and impact of different policy choices or normative standings, from non-intervention to conflict prevention.

T.note
19/11/2018
War and the coming of Artificial Intelligence
Cristopher Coker

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already transforming our lives, for good or ill. And in the case of war, killing machines are not just the weapons of the future; they are already here. Israel already uses the Harpy, a drone that seeks out and destroys radar systems on its own without human permission, loitering in the sky until a target appears.

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T.note
19/11/2018
Street gangs as a form of glocal radicalization
Fabio Armao

The spread of youth gangs has accompanied the origin and development of large industrialized cities, starting with countries such as the United States of America. In recent decades, however, the phenomenon has undergone unprecedented expansion also in Europe and emerging countries as a result of the uncontrolled growth of urbanization; and it has taken on new transnational forms, thanks to the increased criminal mobility favoured by globalization.

read morecall_made
T.note
19/11/2018
War and the coming of Artificial Intelligence
Cristopher Coker

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already transforming our lives, for good or ill. And in the case of war, killing machines are not just the weapons of the future; they are already here. Israel already uses the Harpy, a drone that seeks out and destroys radar systems on its own without human permission, loitering in the sky until a target appears.

T.note
19/11/2018
Street gangs as a form of glocal radicalization
Fabio Armao

The spread of youth gangs has accompanied the origin and development of large industrialized cities, starting with countries such as the United States of America. In recent decades, however, the phenomenon has undergone unprecedented expansion also in Europe and emerging countries as a result of the uncontrolled growth of urbanization; and it has taken on new transnational forms, thanks to the increased criminal mobility favoured by globalization.