CSPS Speakers Series
“Maritime Security After Suez”
Friday, April 30, 2021|12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Our session explores how the vulnerabilities of the global supply chain can have repercussions for the security interests of trading nations and countries close to the supply routes. Interruptions in the Suez Canal last month, for example, had a real impact on the flow of trade, and the interests of dozens of countries and companies. We’ll consider how such incidents can also create hazards for nearby states, and opportunities for bad actors, from pirates to terrorists.
CSPS-Korea Special Lecture Series
“Biodefense and COVID-19: Public Health and Security”
April 30, Friday | 11:30 – 12:35 P.M.
The Center for Security Policy Studies – Korea (CSPS-Korea) cordially invites you to our CSPS-Korea Special Lecture Series. The upcoming lecture will be on “Biodefense and COVID-19: Public Health and Security” presented by Henry (HyunJung) Kim (Ph.D. candidate, Biodefense, Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University).