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London Event 30 January – Changing Face of Conflict

Wednesday, 30 January, from 6pm, Lecture Theatre 1, Bush House, 30 Aldwych, WC2B 4BG

In collaboration with Strife.

PS21 teams up with Strife to deliver the next in our series of discussions on the Changing Face of Conflict. We’ll be talking about how militaries are adapting to face the challenges of the future, why information warfare is becoming ever more prevalent on the battlefield, and the importance of cyber defence in safeguarding against emerging online threats.

Speakers:

Dr Eleanor Beevor (Moderator) – Research Analyst on the Conflict, Security and Development programme at International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Dr Patrick Bury – Former British Army Captian and Lecturer in Defence at the University of Bath, author of Callsign Hades

Alicia Wanless – PhD Student at King’s College London, specialist in propaganda and Information Warfare.

Harry Porteous – Principal Consultant in Innovation at the PA Consulting Group, fomer British Army Officer.

Doors will open at 18:00, the event will start at 18:30. Upon arrival, ask at the reception for the event, they will direct you to Lecture Theatre 1.

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