JOINT

Changing threats to UK national security examined

14 March 2019

The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy holds first evidence session on inquiry into the National Security Capability Review and Modernising Defence Programme: follow up.

Topics to be covered

Likely topics for discussion include:

  • changing threats to UK national security
  • major geopolitical changes affecting UK national security, including the return of ‘great power politics’
  • the effectiveness of the National Security Capability Review and Modernising Defence Programme in addressing these issues.

Witnesses

Monday 18 March, Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster.

At 4.15pm:

  • Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, Senior Adviser, Chatham House
  • Dr Kori Schake, Deputy Director-General, International Institute for Strategic Studies

At 5.00pm:

  • Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, Senior Adviser at Ridge-Schmidt Cyber
  • Tom McKane, Distinguished Fellow, Royal United Services Institute

Further information

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