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Adapting Strategic Stability for unstable times

Adapting Strategic Stability for unstable times
Wednesday 2 - Friday 4 November, 2022
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This event is by invite only.

This event will explore the changing nature of strategic stability from national, regional and global perspectives, with an intent of identifying the risks of strategic escalation and tools for managing those risks. Participants will share perspectives on strategic stability reflecting different states’ strategic security interests. They will build a shared understanding of what the term should encapsulate to address today’s most acute security threats.

The event will consider the implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for global strategic stability, along with other geopolitical and technological developments. Participants will consider the wider challenges of a multi-polar and competitive world, the breakdown in international rules and norms and the implications of developing technologies. Finally they will suggest recommendations for how nations could work together to collectively deliver measures that will help build a stable security architecture for the future.

In partnership with Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

Wilton Park reference number: WP3023


Programme Director: Rich Roberts

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Project Manager: Wendy Head


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