March 27, 2018
This year's two-day global and national security symposium underscores ongoing efforts at UNM to grow a new generation of leaders in the field of national security broadly defined. Several distinguished national and UNM speakers will address such diverse topics as technology, science, climate change, food and water security, refugees and migration, global security and governance, growing pressures on democracy, and domestic terrorism. Speakers will also touch on US relations with the Middle East, Russia, Europe, and Latin America.
The Global and National Security Policy Institute (GNSPI) and National Security Studies Program (NSSP) at The University of New Mexico host its 9th annual Spring Symposium, Global, National, and Human Security: Reflections On the Next Decade, April 2-3, in the SUB Ballroom A. Events begin at 9:30 a.m. both days. Open to everyone, no registrations required.