Casey Carr

Casey Carr is an MA Candidate in International Conflict and Security at the University of Kent in Brussels. Having a background in psychological and information operations with the U.S. Army, including deployments to North Iraq on a Tactical PSYOP Team in support of SFOD-As, he studied at the University of New York in Prague, concentrating his course load on social and psychological aspects of disaster, conflict, and crisis.  His research involves individual and collective radicalization processes, where his current work focuses on Islamic political activism and radicalization in Belgium.  He writes on hybrid warfare, terrorism, complexity applied to warfare, and sci-fi.

With catastrophe and resiliency, there is a clear movement away from bio-politics and the antics of social engineering.  Populations are becoming more viewed as interconnected networks.