THE GLOBAL SECURITY FORUM EVENT

Please join us for a lunchtime discussion on Reshaping the Global Order: Conflict, Crises, and Cooperation, an event related to the annual Global Security Forum (GSF) organized by The Soufan Center, which will take place in a hybrid format this year. Each year, the GSF has brought together governments, experts, and the media for unique interactive discussions on pressing security and policy challenges, from conflict to terrorism, pandemic to great power competition.This event will take place on 22 September 2022, from 1:00-3:00 pm at the Yale Club of New York City. Lunch will be available starting at 1:00pm.

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SPEAKERS

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

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Naureen Chowdhury Fink
Executive Director
The Soufan Center

FIRESIDE CHAT

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John Miller
Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst
CNN

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Rebecca Weiner
Assistant Commissioner for Intelligence Analysis
NYPD Intelligence Bureau

PANEL

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Karen Greenberg
Director, Center of National Security at Fordham Law and Senior Visiting Fellow
The Soufan Center

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Ian Moss
Coordinator for Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorist Detentions, Bureau of Counterterrorism
U.S. State Department

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Ilkka Salmi
Counter-Terrorism Coordinator
European Union

WELCOME TO THE
GLOBAL SECURITY FORUM

Established in 2018, the Global Security Forum (GSF) is an annual international gathering hosted by The Soufan Center. For several years it has brought together an international network of senior officials and experts, and consistently includes ministers, heads of security agencies, and prominent experts, academics, and journalists, and thousands of attendees. This invitation-only event provides a unique dynamic platform for international stakeholders to convene and address the international community’s leading security challenges.

In 2021, the Global Security Forum explored the imperative of balancing cooperation and competition in ensuring security and addressing critical challenges in governance and development. In 2020, the Forum looked at the evolution of global security challenges posed by complex geopolitical realities exacerbated by the global COVID-19 pandemic, including disinformation, extremism, and governance and legitimacy. In 2019, the Forum explored the proliferation of modern disinformation and the serious implications for an increasingly interconnected world. The inaugural 2018 Global Security Forum addressed the global challenge of returning foreign fighters.

PREVIOUS FORUMS

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A New World (Dis)Order?:
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Security Challenges in the Era of Modern Disinformation

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