Re-imagining defence acquisition and rethinking power projection – securing the UK national interest. This is the final round table in our intelligence defence series and will draw on the conclusions from the preceding five conclaves and attempt to establish what is the UK national interest and suggest the strategy and capability required in circumstances where traditional ‘steady as she goes incrementalism’ is unlikely to provide the nation with the security it requires. Intelligent defence and the deployment of smart power are achievable but without major changes they will not happen. Without a credible stance, any definition of smart power and the role of hard power within it will be impossible to determine.
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Thursday 12th July 2018
Royal College of Defence Studies, Upper Belgrave Street, London, UKShow map
Who should attend?
Defence analysts and contractors, officials from relevant government departments and agencies, and companies wishing to engage in the changing climate for defence, both in terms of acquisition and power projection.