INTERNATIONAL CONSORTIUM IN STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS IN A VOLATILE WORLD: LESSONS LEARNED

Venue: Queenstown  (TBA)
Date: 13-14 December 2021 

Limited to 30 delegates 
The Forum reserves the right to decline the registration 

Delegates are welcome to attend APSI COE project symposium from 3.30pm to 5pm

Fireside chat evening with MGen Gert-Johannes Hagemann (Ret), Sergeant Major Anthony Spadaro (Ret), and MP

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Day 1:
Facilitator:  Brett Murphy 

8 am - 8.30 am: Arrival coffee and tea

8.30am-9am: Waiata, National Anthem, Karakia led by Harry Lazarus

9am-9.30am:  Opening Remarks: Dr Anita Abbott, APSI Forum

9.30am-10am: Keynote:  Chris Penk, Member of the New Zealand Parliament 

10am-10.15 am :  Morning tea break

10.15am - 12.15pm:  Strategic Thinking and Strategic Foresight (Part I)
10.15am - 11.45pm
Case studies: 
Korean Peninsula Security
Representative from South Korea

Taiwan's geo-strategic importance
Representative from Taiwan, Bill Chen 

Pakistan's geopolitical importance
Representative from Pakistan


11.45am - 12.15pm: Open discussion, Q & A

12.15 pm - 12.45pm: Networking lunch 

12.45pm-2.45pm: Strategic Thinking and Strategic Foresight (Part II)
12.45pm - 2.15pm
Case Studies:
South China Sea Disputes : Hunter Stires, Fellow at Hattendorf Center for Maritime Historical  Research, U.S. Naval War College

Russia-China relations: Competition and Cooperation and the impact on the Asia-Pacific security.

Rodger Baker, Senior Vice President, Startfor (TBC)

Indian Ocean Competition and Cooperation: MGen (Ret) Ravi Arora, Chief Editor of Indian Military Review 

2.15pm - 2.45pm: Open Discussion, Q and A

2.45pm-3pm: Afternoon tea break

3pm - 5.30pm: Reflection: Strategic Foresight and Future Warfare
Arms control and confidence building measures in the Asia-Pacific region
Dr Anita Abbott, APSI Forum
LtCol John Black
MGen (Ret)Gert-Johannes Hagemann and Sergeant Major (Ret) Anthony Spadaro, APSI COE
Chief Master Sergeant Ian Eishen, US Airforce (TBC)

7pm: Dinner 

Day 2:
8 am - 8.30 am: Arrival coffee and tea

8.30am-9am: Opening Remarks: Strategic Leadership and Planning
 MGen Karsten Stoye, NATO HQ AIRCOM 

9am:-10am: Keynote:

10am-10.15am: Morning tea break

10.15am-12.15pm: Strategic Partnership
10.15am-11.45am
Representative from NATO HQ Brussels
NATO and EU Strategic Cooperation and Implication for Partners in Asia-Pacific

Representative from Japan
Bilateralism and mini-lateralism: Opportunities and Challenges

Anthony Grasso, Cyber Toa
Industry-Government cyber security partnership

11.45pm-12.15pm: Open Discussion and Q and A

12.15pm-1.30pm: Networking lunch

1.30pm-3.30pm:  Independent Foreign Policy and strategic building of international cultural relations
1.30pm-3pm:
- HE Dr Jesus Domingo, Philippine Ambassador to New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji, Niue, Samoa &Tonga
- Representative from East Timor
- Representative from New Zealand
- Representative from Singapore

3pm-3.30pm: Open Discussion and Q and A

3.30pm-3.45pm: Coffee break

3.45pm-4.45pm: Reflection
Professor Sascha-Dominik Dov Bachmann, University of Canberra (TBC)
MGen John Hartley (Ret), Future Directions (TBC)

 

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