Richard C. Holbrooke Forum Seminar
Order or Disorder? Networks and Power in a Globalized World
This event took place from November 5 to 7, 2017, at the International Centre for Defence and Security (click for summary and photos).
Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook, Executive Director, The Future of Diplomacy Project, Harvard Kennedy School
Sven Sakkov, Director, International Centre for Defence and Security
Eberhard Sandschneider, Chair in Chinese Politics and International Relations, Freie Universität Berlin
Samuli Sirén, Founder & Managing Partner, Redstone
Jan Techau, Director, Richard C. Holbrooke Forum
In cooperation with the International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS)
This event is part of the Holbrooke Forum’s Digital Diplomacy Project (invitation only), which takes place from November 5 to 7, at the International Centre for Defense and Security
Digital disruption has upset long held concepts of national sovereignty, conflict, opinion-forming and decision-making. Governments are increasingly confused by the unfamiliar challenge of operating in a world in which traditional geopolitics clashes and merges with technological revolution and ubiquitous global networks. What will statecraft and diplomacy look like in a world in which the very foundation of global dynamics and the relations among the world’s peoples are likely to change fundamentally? Is world order at risk? Or will a different kind of order emerge, an order unlike any other we have seen so far? The Richard C. Holbrooke Forum’s Digital Diplomacy Project is a two-year in-depth inquiry into these questions, with the next seminar scheduled to take place in Tallinn in November 2017.
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