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IMPACT OF WAR AND PROSPECTS FOR PEACE
While the “old” post-WWII international order seems to be crumbling and inter- and intrastate conflicts are proliferating, the world is at the same time facing existential crises (such as climate change, environmental issues in general, terrorism) that demand international cooperation. Nowadays, security, and therefore defence, is sadly still about defending a state’s borders, but it is also much more.
Against this backdrop, the TDHJ offers academics and practitioners an opportunity to develop ideas on how to reconcile the seemingly irreconcilable: international cooperation in times of international and internal conflicts.