The Geopolitics and Global Futures Programme, led by Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan (@SustainHistory), is honored to offer exceptional conditions to GCSP Alumni to join its Symposium in June 2018.
This Geopolitics and Global Futures symposium reflects the programme’s aims of examining the multiple dimensions of global security, identifying and analysing transformative technologies, and using insights from neuroscience to further our understanding of international affairs. Its fundamental premise is that we need new paradigms to understand, prepare for and respond to current and future global challenges.
This course is composed of three modules, each module can be studied on its own.
The Future of Outer Space Security: Day 1 will cover outer space security, multilateral space governance, and both the traditional and emerging actors in this field.
Transformative Technologies and Security: Day 2 will explore transformative technologies (including but not limited to Artificial Intelligence, autonomous weapons, Big Data, and Virtual Reality), their security ramifications, and the ethical challenges that they pose.
Neurophilosophy of Global Security: Day 3 will be dedicated to the neurophilosophy of global security, examining how recent developments in neuroscience shed light on human nature, and can help us to better comprehend individual and state behaviour.
GCSP alumni conditions and benefits to participate in this course include:
Exceptional discount on the normal course rate: Please refer to the email you received to get details on special prices. If you did not get the email, please contact Ms Christine Garnier-Simon.
- An invitation to participate in an exclusive alumni event where you will be able to dialogue with experts and guest speakers.
List of speakers is available on the symposium page.
Register by 28 February 2018 to benefit from these exceptional conditions.