Events 2023

Dates will be confirmed when the funding is available, and the number of delegates is sufficient.

Please note, most delegates are self-funded or are fully sponsored by their institutions.

As a non-profit forum, APSI Forum relies on its delegate fees in order to fund its events. Therefore, paid registration is not refundable but is transferable.

1. APSI Community Hub

Project Joseph 2: Crisis Planning and the Management of Food Security

Starting Date: 20th of January 2023

Project leaders: Drs Eddy and Renny Kristianto
Facilitator: Zipora and Bill Millward

2. Virtual Congress, APSI Forum

Date: March 13



3. Strategic Discussion Forum: 

The future of force and statecraft

4. The Solomon Project

Stage 1: Vision, missions, planning
Stage 2: Ideation and design thinking

Starting Date: March 18, 2023

Project leader: 
Krendo Wahono
 

5. International Parliamentary Assembly

Date: TBA

Time: 9am-5pm NZST
Venue: Sofitel Hotel Wellington, New Zealand (TBC)

6.  Advanced Collaborative Workshops

Date: TBA 
Venue: TBA

7. End of Year Retreat

Date: TBA (after International Parliamentary Assembly and Summit)
Venue: Waihoanga, New Zealand  (TBC)

8. Professional Studies, APSI Research Institute for Security Studies

The Future of Force and Statecraft

May - December 2023 (Dates to be announced)

Please see the details of the courses below


SCTP workshop on Simulation of the crisis scenario and use of Strategic Foresight Analysis in practice

Instructors:
Dr Vira Ratsiborynska
MGen Adrian Ciolponea (Ret)
Lt.Col (Res) Uri Ben Yakoov (TBC)
VAdm Paul Bennett (Ret)

Date: TBA

New tactics and direction of global war (part 1)

Instructors:
Guest instructors (TBA)
Major General Gert-Johannes Hagemann (Ret)

Strategies: grand, regional, national, transnational, and individual strategies
* Does the strategy of individual matter? 
Case Study: Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda 
Case Study: Hitler and the final solution: Learning from the past


New tactics and direction of global war (part 2)
Instructors:

Anita Abbott, PhD
MGen Gert-Johannes Hagemann (Ret)
Lt.Col  (Res) Uri Ben Yakoov (TBC)

Strategies: grand, regional, national, transnational, and individual strategies
 Iran's global ambition 
* Israel and the EU 
* Germany and the Gulf:  A mystery alliance? 
* Emerging signals and whirlwind strategy


New tactics and direction of global war (part 3)

Instructors:
MGen Ravi Arora (Ret)
Rodger Baker
Prof David Jonas (TBC)

Challenging status quo thinking
* India-China: Can they get along? 
* India-China-Russia: A resilient partnership? 
* Infusing strategic thinking with foresight 
* Meeting the challenges of the future 

SCTP Course:
NATO’s 360-degree approach and adaptation process

Instructor:
General James Everard
Dr Vira Ratsiborynska

Content:

- 360 degree approach and adaptation process 
- Strengths of strategists
- NATO Concept for the Deterrence and Defence of the Euro-Atlantic Area 
- Domain Sub-Strategic

Strategic Insight for Foresight Analysis: Methodology

Instructors:
Anita Abbott, PhD
Paul Cobaugh

- Scaffolding method vs multiple horizon approach
- Interpretive approach
- How to identify the others' endgames: Strategic Insight
- Strategic conversation
- Narrative Strategy, Scenario thinking

Russia, China and SFA: What do we learn and how do we identify threats?

Instructors:
Dr Vira Ratsibornyska
Rodger Baker

- Sino-Russia relations: An overview
-Backcasting and forecasting
-Flash foresight and its triggers
- A new look at scenarios
-Thinking about the future

Balance of power and threats in the Asia-Pacific region

Instructors:
Anita Abbott,PhD
MGen Ravi Arora (Ret)
Guest instructor (TBA)

- Balance of power and threats in the Asia-Pacific region: An introduction
- Infusing strategic thinking with foresight
- Barriers to SFA
- Meeting the challenges of the future

Institutional approaches to contemporary security threats

Instructors:
Dr Joanna Siekiera (TBC)
Dr Fabrizio Bozzato

- Institutional approaches to contemporary security threats
-Foresight based policy analysis
- SFA for multilateral policy

Food Security and Economic Statecraft

Instructors:
Professor Dwi Andreas Santosa (TBC)
Guest instructor (TBA)

- Inflation and hyperinflation
- Food sovereignty and security
-  Adaptation to climate change
- Smallholder farmers and participatory development strategy
- Early warning system and food security

Table top exercise: Simulation of the crisis scenario and use of SFA in practice

Instructors:
Dr Vira Ratsibornyska
Vice Admiral (Ret) Paul Bennett

- Doctrine and concept, and high readiness force: The need for SFA
- Top table exercise and simulation

9. Writer in residence workshop: The Art of Strategic Thinking

December 2023 (Date to be announced)

Venue:  TBA

 

This product has been added to your cart

CHECKOUT