The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), the world’s oldest security and defense think tank, will be hosting its annual Land Warfare Conference in London on June 19 and 20. The event will focus on the changing nature of land warfare in the 21st century, and will feature speakers such as General Mark Carleton-Smith, UK chief of the general staff, and Dr Karin von Hippel, RUSI’s director-general (full schedule below).
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- How are conventional land forces coping with the rise of non-conventional weapons, tactics, and technologies, such as drones, cyber warfare, and urban warfare?
- Are we actually moving toward artificial intelligence (A.I.)-powered military technologies and, if so, what are the risks and benefits they present?
- How are traditional military alliances like NATO faring in today’s world, what are some of their main challenges, and how can they stay relevant in a world that presents very different dilemmas to the ones they faced when these alliances were made?
- Are there any crucial skills that land forces are being trained in nowadays that weren’t on the radar 10 or 20 years ago?
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