Drivers of Geopolitical Insecurity Seminar Series | Spring 2024 Event Series

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This seminar series examines the pivotal macro drivers shaping global geopolitics. Learn about the impact of economic changes, technological advancements, and demographic shifts. Understand the role of culture, ideology, and environment. Explore political movements, alliances, wars, and global rules impact the influence of nations. With insights from global experts, gain a comprehensive understanding of what shapes the world's political landscape.

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Technological Waves

Date: Thursday, March 21
Time: 6:00–7:30 p.m. ET
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The "Technological Waves" session in the "Drivers of Geopolitical Insecurity" series will focus on the Digital Revolution and advancements in military technology, with a special emphasis on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is elevating security concerns to new levels. This session will explore the transformative impact of these technologies on global security dynamics, including their role in reshaping military strategies and their potential to intensify geopolitical tensions and insecurity.


Energy and Natural Resources

Date: Thursday, April 11
Time: 6:00–7:30 p.m. ET
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The "Energy and Natural Resources" session in the "Drivers of Geopolitical Insecurity" series will address energy dependence, the rise of new energy forms, and the demand for rare earth elements and noble gases. It will also explore how these factors influence the formation of international alliances, shaping relationships between nations. This session aims to highlight the insecurity created by this new dynamic and the energy's strategic role in the geopolitical arena.


Economic Transitions

Date: Thursday, May 30
Time: 6:00–7:30 p.m. ET
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The "Economic Transitions" session in the "Drivers of Geopolitical Insecurity" series will delve into the emergence of new economies, the impacts of exclusions and sanctions, and the dynamics of economic crises. This session aims to dissect how these economic shifts are redefining global economic landscapes and affecting international relations. It will explore the implications of these transitions for global insecurity and in shaping geopolitical strategies.

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