On 21-22 September, the Center for Technology and National Security Policy of National Defense University and Argonne National Laboratory are co-sponsoring a conference entitled Integrative Systems Approaches to 21st Century National Security. The conference will bring the best minds together to focus on national security as a complex system made up of interrelated organizational structures and processes, dynamic and flexible human capital, and integrative science and technology; all which require reform for a better exchange of knowledge and interagency performance. Integrative Systems Approaches to 21st Century National Security -http://www.anl.gov/eesa/integrative_systems_conference/
Find out more about the conference or register at the event website. If you have questions about registration, please contact Argonne National Labs Conference Services at 630‑252‑5586.
Meanwhile, all presentations and papers from our symposium, Economic Security: Neglected Dimension of National Security? are now available at the INSS Conference website. We are reviewing the first draft or our summary report and will announce its release after editing and security review.
Our next symposium, 24-25 February 2011, will focus on Asia-Pacific Security. We will send you further details as we develop the program.
I hope you continue to enjoy our conferences and symposia and more importantly, that we are successful in providing you with useful information and insights.
Thank you for your continued support.
Papers for "Economic Security: Neglected Dimension of National Security?" - http://www.ndu.edu/inss/Symposia/2010_Economic_Security_Symposium/Web_Pages/agenda.htm