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Add to Calendar 22/05/2017 09:00 26/05/2017 17:00 Africa/Casablanca Advanced Training in Geopolitics & International Relations - International Security in the 21st Century OCP Policy Center, Rabat. The course will examine the major trends in international security. Key themes are likely to include the following : global conflict trends; conflict and development; new security concerns, for example migration, climate change, water; globalization, economic development and global income distribution; upheaval in the Arab world; international interventi... OCP Policy Center, Rabat OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false DD/MM/YYYY
Monday, May 22, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, May 26, 2017 - 17:00

Advanced Training in Geopolitics & International Relations - International Security in the 21st Century

OCP Policy Center, Rabat.

The course will examine the major trends in international security. Key themes are likely to include the following : global conflict trends; conflict and development; new security concerns, for example migration, climate change, water; globalization, economic development and global income distribution; upheaval in the Arab world; international intervention after 9/11; security implications of the rise of China; European geopolitics – NATO, the EU and Russia; the global security role of the US; the role of the UN and international law ; nuclear weapons, nuclear disarmament and international politics; new technologies of warfare; covert action and multi-dimensional conflict.

Objectives :

A more sophisticated understanding of the major trends in international security.

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About the Speaker :
  • Malcolm Chalmers

    Professor Malcolm Chalmers became Deputy Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) on 30 November 2015. He is RUSI’s acting Research Director, and the Director of its Proliferation and Nuclear Policy programme. His research focuses on UK defence, foreign and security policy. Before joining RUSI, Chalmers was a Senior Special Adviser in the FCO to Foreign Secretaries Jack Straw MP and Margaret Beckett MP. His previous appointments included: Professor of International Politics, University of Bradford; Senior Consulting Fellow, International Institute for Strategic Studies; Visiting Fellow, Center for International Security and Arms Control, Stanford University; Economist, Ministry of Finance, Government of Botswana.