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Project on Asymmetric Narrative Approaches
A Partnership Between the Center for Narratives and Conflict Resolution and the Army’s Asymmetric Warfare Group
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A Partnership Between the Center for Narratives and Conflict Resolution and the Army’s Asymmetric Warfare Group. In the realm of conflict resolution, the Project on Asymmetric Narrative Approaches is thinking, engaging, and acting differently than the “Battle of the Narrative” in order to promote the identification, development, assessment, and dissemination of narrative solutions interrupting cycles of violence.

Editors
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John DeRosa
Intersecting Ideas & Action | Veteran of Iraq & Balkans | Adjunct Assoc Professor | Pathfinding @SCARatGMU | @NarrativeCenter Fellow | Member @MilWritersGuild
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Narrative & Conflict
Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution (CNCR) at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.
Writers
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John DeRosa
Intersecting Ideas & Action | Veteran of Iraq & Balkans | Adjunct Assoc Professor | Pathfinding @SCARatGMU | @NarrativeCenter Fellow | Member @MilWritersGuild
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Robert Westport
“Let the blood of the infantry flow through your veins of the blood of the infantry will be on your hands” -GEN Wickham on the responsibilities of intelligence
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Diane Maye
PhD, Professor, Rsh Assoc, Strategy & Iraqi Politics @DianeLeighMaye, Writer @MilWritersGuild
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Ajit Maan, Ph.D.
author/ cultural theorist/ narrative strategist
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Carl's Cantina
A virtual space for discussions about strategy, warfare and popular culture. Views are my own. Associate Member — Military Writers Guild (@MilWritersGuild)
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Jason
Staff Officer stuck in a building searching for natural light. All tweets/retweets are personal opinions and not official communication from my employer.
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