The Role of Non-State Actors in Shaping International Security

The Role of Non-State Actors in Shaping International Security explores the increasingly significant role that non-state actors play in shaping the global security landscape. Traditionally, state actors such as governments and international organizations have been the primary actors in determining international security policies. However, with globalization and technological advancements, non-state actors like transnational corporations, non-governmental organizations, terrorist groups, and criminal networks have gained prominence and influence in global security affairs. This conference aims to explore the motivations, strategies, and impacts of non-state actors on international security, as well as the challenges and opportunities they present for traditional state-centric security approaches. By analyzing the role of non-state actors, policymakers, scholars, and practitioners can gain a better understanding of the complexities and nuances of contemporary security challenges and develop more effective and comprehensive approaches to address them.




Location: Germany – Berlin
Time: TBA

Registration Fee: USD$200

NB: Accommodation, flight and personal cost are not included in the registration fee.