Security & Defence Learning

Berlin, Germany 28 November / 2012

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As Wikileaks continued to release yet more confidential US Embassy cables, participants in Security and Defence Learning 2010 and a special plenary session of OEB were convinced that information and information systems will be the most important battlefields of the future.

In two sessions on ‘future conflict learning,’ participants were invited by speakers including Chris Donnelly, senior research fellow of the UK Defence Academy, and Colonel Amardeep Bhardwaj of the Indian Army War College, to consider how conflict will evolve and what future training and learning requirements will be. Colonel Bhardwaj told participants that future conflicts may be less physically violent and shorter but more intense. Information and perception will both be important elements and sophisticated training for conflict in this new information age will be crucial.

New Security Foundation Chairman, Dr Harold Elletson, who chaired both sessions, said: “Our experts were convinced that information will be the key element in future conflict. Learning and training must reflect the reality of a new global information age in which education will increasingly be seen as a strategic asset.”

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Venue: Hotel Intercontinental Berlin
Address: Budapester Strasse 2 , Berlin, Germany
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