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Outplayed: Regaining Strategic Initiative in the Gray Zone (Carlisle, PA: SSI, 2016); Adam Elkus, "50 Shades of Gray: Why the Gray Wars Concept Lacks Strategic Sense," War on the Rocks, December 15, 2015, https://warontherocks.
This panel will focus on the strategic guidance, operational capabilities and multilateral partnerships needed to expand US influence in the Middle East and successfully neutralize defense-relevant gray zone threats that exist between "classic" war and peace models of engagement.
The Contemporary Spectrum of Conflict: Protracted, Gray Zone, Ambiguous, and Hybrid Modes of War, The Heritage Foundatio, 2016; https://s3.
The gray zone was defined as the values that comply with a 10 % diagnostic tolerance.
For gray zone patients, quick discharge from the ED with an immediate referral to a cardiologist is what is important.
6 The most commonly proposed role of free PSA (fPSA) is an adjunct to PSA in the so called di-agnostic gray zone of PSA.
5) Primo Levi, The Drowned and the Saved (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1986), Chapter 11: "The Gray Zone," p.
If he needs $50,000 a year, however, he falls into the Gray Zone.
Simsek said they were planning to sign similar tax agreements with other countries who emerged out of the gray zone like Switzerland and Austria.
He examines the social and political logics and processes that organized the wave of lootings, locating them in what he calls "the gray zone of state power.
We tested the value of the gray zone approach to the diagnosis of heart failure in dyspneic patients by use of a brain natriuretic peptide (BNP) [4] assay.
Consider a borderline cardiovascular risk profile in that gray zone between Preferred and Standard.