- Conference date: 26 July–6 August 2010
- Location: Mexico City, (Mexico)
There has been tremendous progress in understanding the non‐perturbative phenomena in QCD. On the theoretical side it has been driven largely by lattice gauge simulations which when coupled with microscopic models can lead to a physical picture of the underlying microscopic dynamics. On the experimental side, new discoveries in the hadron spectrum are uncovering physics beyond the quark model and hopefully will resolve the role of gluons in confinement and mass generation. In these lectures I briefly review the main discussion points and give a list of relevant references.
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