INDEPENDENCE, INTEREST & INTELLIGENCE: Rethinking NZ’s Security Settings in the Wake of Christchurch?
New Zealand professes an independent foreign policy. But in the wake of the Christchurch attack, questions have been asked about our intelligence agencies’ focus – why did we not see this coming? How can we prevent such blind spots in the future? And is our interest aligned & well served with current security partnerships and settings? All these questions and more will be brought up in this lively panel discussion chaired by Maty Nikkhou-O’Brien.
The discussion will be followed by drinks.
Founded by Maty Nikkhou-O’Brien, Diplosphere is a non-partisan organisation with the mission to promote independent thinking and diplomacy. Our mission is to stimulate curiosity in world affairs for New Zealanders of all stripes. We shed light on world events, so that New Zealanders may be better informed and make better decisions.
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