Shangri-La Dialogue 2012 Fourth Plenary Session

  • New Forms Of Warfare - Cyber, UAVs And Emerging Threats: Dato’ Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

    Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen. Before I begin, allow me to extend my sincere thanks to Dr John Chipman, the director general and chief executive of the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) for inviting me to speak at this prestigious forum today. I am indeed delighted to be given the opportunity to deliver this address to a group of prominent people in this august dialogue. Introduction Ladies and gentlemen, the age of...
  • New Forms Of Warfare - Cyber, UAVs And Emerging Threats: Peter Gordon MacKay

    Thank you very much for the warm welcome. I’m honoured to be joining you in this very prestigious forum. For some of you, hearing a representative from Canada speak at an Asian security summit may come as a bit of a surprise… …but given Canada’s status as a Pacific nation, with ever deepening social and economic links to this region – as well as our 35 years of experience as a Dialogue...
  • New Forms Of Warfare - Cyber, UAVs And Emerging Threats: Nick Harvey

    Thank you for the opportunity to contribute to the discussion on new forms of warfare - emergent threats and the new technologies. I thought I might talk generally about the changing nature of warfare, before focussing on what is perhaps our most challenging and rapidly evolving environment - cyberspace. We have seen the nature of conflict evolve since the end of the Cold War. A globalisation of interests underpinned by...
  • New Forms Of Warfare - Cyber, UAVs And Emerging Threats: Q&A

    Dr Camille Grand, Director, Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique Thank you to three speakers for excellent and inspiring speeches.  I was wondering, and I wanted to have their views, on a point which is beyond the impact of new technology on the way we conduct warfare.  I am wondering if the new emphasis on untraditional forms of warfare – whether it is cyber, drone attacks or special forces – is not...
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Key developments and trends in Asia-Pacific security

This Regional Security Assessment 2014 is the first IISS Strategic Dossier to be issued in association with the Shangri-La Dialogue. It focuses on issues reflecting the most important themes to emerge from successive Dialogues.

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