2019 Topical Agenda

October 24, 2019

Plenary Sessions (On-the-Record) Revolutions of Our Time: Freedom Without US Values Trade: Our Way or the Huawei The World’s Democracies: The Importance of Being Allies Institution Evolution: International Law and Global Order End of the Earth: The Arctic 2020s Vision: Responsibility to Pro-Tech Security Solutions, Women’s Contributions Revolutions and their Remains Informal Sessions (Off-the-Record) Afghanistan […]

Halifax International Security Forum Announces 2019 Class Of Peace With Women Fellowship

June 17, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 17 June 2019 WASHINGTON, DC – Halifax International Security Forum is proud to present the 2019 class of the Halifax Peace With Women Fellowship: Colonel Doctor Lale Bartoschek, German Air Force Captain Rachel Durbin, Royal Australian Navy Brigadier General Lisa Ferris, New Zealand Army Commodore Solveig Krey, Royal Norwegian Navy Colonel Solène Le […]

Halifax International Security Forum Announces Dates of the 2019 Forum

January 17, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 17 January 2019 WASHINGTON, DC – Halifax International Security Forum announced today that the 2019 Forum will take place on November 22-24 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Hosted by Canada’s Minister of National Defence, and featuring defense ministers and senior military leaders from democratic nations as well as a bipartisan Congressional Delegation from the United States, […]

Halifax International Security Forum Announces Call for Applications for the 2019 Halifax Peace With Women Fellowship

January 15, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 15, 2019 WASHINGTON, DC – Halifax International Security Forum is proud to announce the opening of the Call for Applications for the 2019 Halifax Peace With Women Fellowship. The Fellowship is a 3-week executive tour for senior active-duty female military officers that will take place in late October and November of […]

Robin Shepherd in The American Interest: Why Brussels Should Be Wary of a Cancelled Brexit

January 7, 2019

Brussels has made clear its belief that Brexit was a mistake. But at this point, a clean break is probably for the best. With barely a mistake having gone unmade in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s handling of Brexit, it is perhaps understandable that many observers have allowed their lurid fascination with the chaos in […]