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Strife Feature | Escalation in Action: An Addendum to ‘Clausewitz On Campus’

March 19, 2018

By M.L.R. Smith     Last December Strife published an article, ‘Clausewitz On Campus’, by me on the militarisation of the university environment. The article pointed to the increasingly violent rhetoric on campus and the manner in which this was, in some instances, manifesting itself in actual cases of physical violence. The piece sought to conceptualise … Continue reading “Strife Feature | Escalation in Action: An Addendum to ‘Clausewitz On Campus’”


Clausewitz On Campus: The Militarisation of the Universities

December 5, 2017

By M.L.R. Smith   What is going on in modern universities? Campuses seem to have become the theatre for an increasingly toxic struggle for control over what can and cannot be said within the confines of the educational environment. Protecting vulnerable minorities from offensive behaviours and hate-speech versus the right to express one’s opinion freely … Continue reading “Clausewitz On Campus: The Militarisation of the Universities”


Clausewitz and cyber security: towards a new Trinity?

February 13, 2014

By Andreas Haggman: In November 2011 the UK government published its national Cyber Security Strategy, outlining the exponential growth of the internet, the threats and opportunities this presents, and a vision for 2015. Two main themes are present throughout the document: the need to acquire knowledge, skills and capability; and the role of the three … Continue reading “Clausewitz and cyber security: towards a new Trinity?”


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