85745 - Transcription: Strategy inside and outside the chessboard

N. Lygeros

In wartime, it’s easy to ask difficult questions and even hard questions. But the problem is to understand what the answer is, if it is correct, if it is efficient and if it has a tail. Because we know that even short questions don’t have all the time short answers. We need to know what the future will be after the end of the process. In wartime the problem is not only the war. It’s also the post war. And even before the war we have to make choices which are very important for the end. We have in reality to make like a retrograde analysis to understand before the end what the starting point will be. We have also to imagine that the reality is made by the players and not by the observers. So, we have to play and we have to see how we’ll play from outside, if we can do this. So, there is no value for our opinion. It’s just an opinion of someone who doesn’t make anything. The problem is what we have to do to change things and what we have to say to change the world.