Gregory: The Everywhere War

A lecture given by Derek Gregory, a geographer at the University of British Columbia, is now online. Gregory discusses “The Everywhere War.”

We now live in a world where death can be delivered across vast distances. Political geographer Derek Gregory examines three current cases of war without borders. He asks provocative questions about what these new spaces mean for the future of war. This is part of a series of Wall Exchanges, lectures sponsored by the Peter Wall Institute of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

Gregory has also published two articles on aerial bombing on that similarly derive from his forthcoming book, The Everywhere War. An academic paper (sub only) with the same title was published last year amid the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

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