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WISI one-day workshop- 2 July 2008

A university-wide workshop was held to develop research themes for the Initiative to pursue over the 2008/09 academic year. Further information and presentations on Food Security, Organisational Resilience, Energy Security, and Digital Media and Security is now available.

Tue 10 Feb 2009, 11:17

Social Studies Security Away Day- 4th June 2008

Bringing together knowledge within the Social Studies faculty: A pre-emptive event on Security Studies ahead of the University-wide event to be held on 2nd July.

Tue 10 Feb 2009, 11:16

Tony Campbell - Institute of Advanced Study Visiting Fellow; May 2008

Tony Cambell visted Warwick as an Institute of Advanced Study Visiting Fellow in the first two weeks of May 2008. Tony had a distinguished career in diplomatic and public service, and he was an internationally recognized authority on regulatory policy and regulatory reform before becoming responsible, as Executive Director, for foreign intelligence analysis at Canada’s cabinet office.

His visit was hosted by Chris Grey of Warwick Business School and co-hosted by Andrew Sturdy (WBS) and Richard Aldrich (PAIS)

Thu 22 May 2008, 10:47 | Tags: Security Event, IAS

14/5/2008: Question Time; Perspectives on the 'War on Terror'

questions and answer session with leading experts:

  •  Professor Conor Gearty (Centre for the Study of Human Rights, LSE)
  •  Sarah Connolly (Foreign & Commonwealth Office)
  •  Professor Clive Jones (University of Leeds)
  •  Joanne Brooks (Office for Security & Counter Terrorism, Home Office)

Podcasts of the event are now available from:

Wed 21 May 2008, 15:02 | Tags: War on Terror, Security Event, IAS Seminar

23/4/2008: Cyberterrorism

IAS Seminar Series:


  •  DR. Maura Conway (School of Law & Government, Dublin City University)
  •  Phillipe Very (Professor of Strategic Management, IMARISC, Edhec Business School, France) & Bertrand Monnet (Director of IMARISC, Edhec Business School,  France)
  •  Philip Seib (Professor of Journalism and Public Diplomacy, University of Southern California)
Wed 21 May 2008, 15:01 | Tags: Security Event, IAS Seminar

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