Challenges on the Governance of Global Security: Nuclear Proliferation, Technology, Energy and Environment

In the 21st century, new threats, especially with the developments in technology, the increasing competition in the energy field and environmental problems of developed countries have led states and other international actors to cooperate, develop new strategies, and conduct dialogue and negotiation processes in order to ensure international security. Today's conditions, which reveal the importance of building a sense of global responsibility in order to ensure global security, have forced states to develop proactive and innovative policies, to be multilateral and versatile by bringing them together on the ground of international law for the construction of a more liveable world. In the panel to be held in this context, it is envisaged to discuss issues such as the proliferation of nuclear weapons, which are among the biggest challenges facing the global security management, the threatening aspects of technological developments, competition in the field of energy and increasing environmental problems.
3 May 2023
11:15 - 12:30
Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus
ISF 2023


Assoc. Prof. İsmail Erkam Sula

Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University

Dr. Kaan Kutlu Ataç

Mersin University

Ellen Wasylina

President and founder, Trocadéro Forum Institute (TFI)

Karim Elgendy

Associate Fellow, Chatham House

Assoc. Prof. Öner Akgül

Kırşehir Ahi Evran University