The Year Ahead: An International Security and Intelligence Outlook for 2016

On December 4th, at the War Museum, our Canadian Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies will be hosting a conference on the year ahead.  Our lineup is pretty awesome:

What does 2016 hold for international security?  Get the views of international experts from the US and Canada on December 4, 2015 at the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa

Hotspots: Where Might Instability & Conflict Occur in 2016? C. Christine Fair (Georgetown University) on Afghanistan and Pakistan, Will McCants (Brookings) on the Middle East & North Africa, and Miles Kahler (American University) on the South China Sea and East Asia

The Outlook for Stabilization Missions and Civilian Instruments: Clint Watts (Foreign Policy Research Institute) on Iraq & Syria, Thomas Juneau (University of Ottawa) on Iran and, Heather A. Conley (Center for Strategic & International Studies) on Russia

Keynote: Michael E. O’Hanlon (Brookings) The Future of Land Warfare

The Cyber Dimensions of Security: Ray Boisvert (Hill and Knowlton Strategies) on Cyber Threats to Economic Security, Catherine Lotrionte Yoran (Georgetown University) on Deterrence & Rules of the Road, and Bill Wright (Symantec) Partnerships and the Private Sector

The US and the Politics of International Security in 2016: Heather Hurlburt (New America) on The Obama Legacy and Joshua Rovner (Southern Methodist University) on US International Security Policy going forward

There will be a fee (food! coffee!) so register via EventBrite

 

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