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Euro-ISME Conference 2021: The Ethics of Urban Warfare. Day 1

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Hugo Slim

University of Oxford, former ICRC

Savvas Pappasavvas

National Guard of Cyprus

Olivier Kempf

PhD in Political Siences, a strategist specialised on cyber

Tim Lupfer

Lt Col US Army (retired)

Mo Metwally


Daniel Beaudoin

EuroISME Executive Director

Maciek Zając

Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw

Dragan Stanar


Florian Demont

Military Academy (MILAK), ETH Zurich

Gustavs Mačs


Panagiotis Karampelas

Hellenic Air Force Academy

Ioanna Lekea

Hellenic Air Force Academy

Graham Parsons

US Military Academy West Point

Deanna Messervey

Government of Canada

David Whetham


Andrea Ellner

King's College London

Brien Hallett

University of Hawaii

Marina Miron

King's College London Defence Studies

Patrick Smith

USA/The Netherlands

Deane-Peter Baker

School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of New South Wales

Marie-des-Neiges Ruffo de Calabre

University of Namur

Manfred Rosenberger


pierre santoni

French Armed Forces

Eva Svoboda

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Tilo Maedler

Federal Ministry of Defense, Germany

Boris Kashnikov


John Thomas

EuroISME President

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EuroISME is a leading organisation of scientists, academic professors and military practitioners engaged in research, education and training in the field of professional military ethics.

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