The Liechtenstein Institute at Princeton University will convene a colloquium, “Generational Perspectives on National and International Security,” on Friday, March 3, 2017, beginning at 9:30 a.m. in 016 Robertson Hall. The event is open to Princeton University faculty and students. To attend, RSVP Angella Matheney.
The objective is to offer the new generation a platform of informed security analysis, to attempt to bring this perspective into a new "definition of security," and to foster connectivity and mutual trust between and across generations. The results of these discussions will also flow into the work of the 2017 Austrian chairpersonship of the OSCE, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the world’s largest regional security organization. Issue areas that will be discussed include information warfare and mis-information, cyber security, climate change, identity security, radicalization and terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and Industry 4.0.
Confirmed participants include HSH Prince Alois, The Crown Prince of Liechtenstein, and Ambassador Christian Strohal, Special Representative of the Austrian Chairperson-in-office of the OSCE, as well as students from the Diplomatic Academy, Vienna.
This is the second workshop convened by LISD this academic year focusing on generational perspectives on security. The event is co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.