2018 Deterrence and Assurance Academic Alliance Hosted at Nebraska Law Releases Call for Abstracts
18 Oct 2017
The 2018 Deterrence and Assurance Academic Alliance (DAAA) conference will be held at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, proudly hosted and sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the College of Law's Space, Cyber, and Telecommunication's Law Program. On Wednesday October 18th conference leadership released the call for abstracts.
The goal for the DAAA is to strengthen and regularize collaborative relationships and interactions between defense and academic institutions to stimulate new thinking and develop future generations of deterrence practitioners.
This year the theme of the conference is “Thinking Outside the Silo: Creative Problem Solving in Deterrence and Assurance.” Everything you remember about traditional deterrence theory? Challenge it. This workshop will challenge conventional wisdom to address the changing landscape of security threats and war fighting domains. Submissions should think outside the box and use new and innovative methodologies to reassess old problems and address new ones in deterring adversaries and assuring allies.
Abstracts should be 500 to 1,000 words and detail the precise topic, thesis, and methodology to be used in your analysis.
A list of suggested topics is available at www.stratcom.mil/Academic-Alliance/Research-Topics
Deadlines and Submission Information:
15 December 2017: Paper abstracts are due and may be submitted on the website
15 January 2018: Authors will be selected and notified of their invitation to participate in the workshop panels
31 January 2018: The full conference agenda will be publically available and conference registration opens
1 March 2018: Final papers are due
15-16 March 2018: The Deterrence and Assurance Academic Alliance Conference at the University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln Nebraska
Other conference details are available on the 2018 conference website: law.unl.edu/daaa2018
Direct link to the submission form: https://law.unl.edu/daaa2018submissions/
Pictured is prior DAAA student participant Rachel Urban speaking on her work at the 2017 Deterrence Symposium presented by U.S. STRATCOM. Ms. Urban was a team leader for a project overseen by UNL Political Science Professor Tyler White.