Major General Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., USAF (Ret.) is the Executive Director of the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security at Duke Law School. He is a graduate of St Joseph’s University and Villanova University School of Law. General Dunlap’s 34-year career as judge advocate included tours in both the United Kingdom and Korea, and he deployed for military operations in Africa and the Middle East. As Deputy Judge Advocate General, he assisted in the supervision of over 2,000 full and part-time attorneys assigned worldwide. A distinguished graduate of the National War College, General Dunlap’s many publications include Do We Need New Regulations in International Humanitarian Law? An American’s Perspective (Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict, 2012); The Intersection of Law and Ethics in Cyberwar: Some Reflections, (Air & Space Journal [Spanish], 2012): Perspectives for Cyber Strategists on Law for Cyberwar, (Strategic Studies Quarterly, 2011), Towards a Cyberspace Legal Regime in the 21st Century: Considerations for American Cyberwarriors (University of Nebraska Law Review, 2009), and Technology and the 21st Century Battlefield: Recomplicating Moral Life for the Soldier and the Statesman (U.S. Army Strategic Studies Institute, 1999).