Tue, Oct 25|
Cognitive Warfare and Contested Information Domain in Today’s Great Power Competition
In this Colloquium, strategic impact that the adversarial effort to “win hearts and minds” have on the battlefield of the existential ‘war for legitimacy” we are engaged into.
Time & Location
Oct 25, 2022, 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
214, Via Marcantonio Colonna, 21a, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
About The Event
The historical intersection of world’s current state of affairs – the renewed “Great Power Competition” – is characterized by a pervasive fluidity traversing all the “domains” of conflict as to produce a competition continuum which blurs traditional distinction lines between war and peace.
In this Colloquium, while providing a snapshot of the torsions that some basic landings of international relations and geopolitics are struggling through the information age, we will discuss the strategic impact that the adversarial effort to “win hearts and minds” have on the battlefield of the existential ‘war for legitimacy” we are engaged into.
Marco R. Provvidera is professor of Geopolitics, International Law of Armed Conflict, Disinformation Warfare, Anticipatory Intelligence, and Military Applications of Emerging Technologies, at the Center of Higher Studies for Defense (CASD), Executive Master of Strategic Leadership & Digital Transformation (Rome, Italy); Scientific Director of the Master in International Security Studies, University of San Marino and University of Modena/Reggio Emilia; “2022 Global Scholar” of Data Privacy and National Security at the University of South Alabama Mitchell College of Business, PhD program in Business Administration (Mobile, AL); Visiting Professor of Geopolitics at the Toulouse Business School (Toulouse, France). Holding an LL.M earned at New York University School of Law and a post-graduate Diploma in National Security Law earned at the University of Virginia School of Law (Charlottesville, VA), Marco is a practicing attorney in NYC before New York federal and state courts, and admitted before the Court of Appeal for the Federal Circuit, Washington, DC. Adviser to the Italian Defense’s General Office for Innovation (UGID), he contributes to several activities and studies of the US Strategic Command, Academic Alliance; the US Department of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff “Strategic Multi-Layer Assessment”; NATO Supreme Allied Command Transformation.
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