The Future of Strategic Studies: Challenges to collective defence in the modern era
September 18 @ 8:00 am - September 19 @ 5:00 pmFree – £192
“The global strategic landscape faces unprecedented disruption. Increased competition between the great powers has combined with populist political movements and the rise of nationalism to threaten the very fabric of the rules-based world order. Against this turbulent backdrop, this inaugural event brings together preeminent speakers to address the key threats and challenges faced in security and defence, academia, policy and finance, as a result of the shifting poles of global economic and political influence. At this thought-provoking and productive forum on the future direction of strategic studies, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from some of the world’s leading experts in their fields address such topics as:
- How do we view strategy in the modern era?
- What are the strategic challenges we currently face, and what are the challenges we may face in the future?
- How do we meet these challenges?
- Can we draw lessons from the past?
- What are the key factors at play in making sense of increasingly hostile rhetoric?
What to expect:
Delegates will benefit from a variety of formats, from debates to formal presentations, break-outs and panels, providing excellent opportunities for frank discussion and knowledge sharing. The event will conclude with a networking reception, hosted by Coriolis Technologies, which invites participants to the launch of MultiLateral Thinking: a new approach to understanding the reality of trade and finance flows and how they relate to conflict.”