National Security Studies Programme
National Security Symposium: Perspectives, Analysis & Discovery (NSSPAD 2022) Navigating National Security Issues – A Whole-of-Nation Approach (18 February 2022)
Seminar by Dr Sean McFate on “Future Wars and the Rise of Non-Kinetic Instruments of Power: Implications for Small States” (11 October 2019)
Seminar by Lord John Alderdice on "The Psychology Behind Brexit: Implications for National Security Practitioners" (18 June 2019)
Seminar by Professor Gabriel Ben-Dor on “Understanding How Small States Succeed in a Rapidly Evolving and Challenging Strategic Environment: One Israeli View” (31 October 2018)
Seminar by Professor Christopher Alan Kojm on “Current Global and Regional Trends that National Security Policy Communities Should be Following” (17 August 2018)
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Virtual Strategic Depth – A Strategy for Singapore to Flourish in (more)
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RSIS Closed-door Dialogue on Small State Resilience – Lessons from (more)
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A Look at Urban Systems – A Decade on [with reference to Singapore]
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The National Security Studies Programme was launched in April 2016 to conduct research in three broad analytically distinct but complementary domains. Click to find out more!
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What is the NSSP?
The National Security Studies Programme was launched in April 2016 to conduct research in three broad analytically distinct but complementary domains. Click to find out more!
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