Geopolitical & Socioeconomic

South Atlantic Security: Actors, Interests and Strategies

  • SCI Belgrave Square, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London

The opening ceremony for the 2nd Conference on International Aspects of Defence Policy in Brazil, with the theme South Atlantic Security: Actors, Interests and Strategies  will take place at Canning House on the 14th November 2016.

The opening ceremony for the 2nd Conference on International Aspects of Defence Policy in Brazil, with the theme South Atlantic Security: Actors, Interests and Strategies will take place at Canning House on the 14th November 2016.

This multidisciplinary conference, organised by Brazil Institute/King's College London with collaboration of RUSI, Centro de Estudos Político-Estratégicos da Marinha do Brasil (CEPE-MB) and Canning House, aims to address security and defence issues related to the South Atlantic, from the point of view of the various actors involved, observing their related interests and strategies applied.

The Opening ceremony will be at Canning House, on the 14th at 18:30, with Rear-Admiral Rocha (Brazilian Navy) as key-note speaker. He will be talking on the topic "Brazilian Strategy for the South Atlantic - the Concept of Blue Amazon".

The conference itself will be taking place at on 15th and 16th November at RUSI Whitehall.

Full programme and registration are available at http://www.brazilinstitute.org/sas

For more details, contact Dr. Vinicius de Carvalho (Brazil Institute/KCL) - [email protected]

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