Sandhurst Trends in International Conflict
David Brown, Donette Murray, Malte Riemann and Norma Rossi - Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst has been educating, training and inspiring members of the British Army since 1947. Internationally renowned for instilling the character and qualities necessary to provide leadership within an ever more complex security environment, the Sandhurst series blends academic and practitioner expertise to interrogate key trends and challenges impacting on contemporary conflict, its drivers, key features and responses at the international, regional, national and sub-national levels.
The Sandhurst Trends series is a cutting edge forum and platform for original thought and debate on military and security matters within the contemporary international security environment. It aims to stimulate authors to think critically about contemporary conflict and security more generally and to identify and interrogate practical, political and doctrinal lessons from recent experience. The Sandhurst Trends series invites both practitioners – from the fields of security, diplomacy, the law, politics and the military - as well as both established and developing academics to participate on the key debates that will shape both the contemporary international security environment and a modern military operating within it.
The Sandhurst Trends series is specifically designed to publish the valuable material presented at our symposiums.
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