Security affairs are increasingly intertwined with legal complexities. Moreover, dynamics in global politics and technological developments often require rethinking traditional legal solutions. Global leaders and stakeholders thus experience a growing need for guidance at the intersection of security policy and international law.
The Security and Law Programme at the GCSP aims to address this need in a comprehensive manner. The Security and Law Programme:
Security and Law: A Reality Check is the new event series to address how international law matters in security affairs. It aims to critically assess if current norms fit contemporary and future security challenges, how international commitments can effectively be implemented, and how new international law can successfully be shaped. Reality Checks feature a new GCSP format: The audience attending the event is encouraged to steer the discussion by challenging the speakers and experts. Join the debate. Join the Reality Check.