Panel 1 – Cooperation In An Era of Emergence: The New Frontiers
The security implications and the rising threats in the cyber, information and AI domains, including the “new frontier” of space, beg for more governance, the design of new rules, and a kind of cooperation that is becoming increasingly more challenging as interstate competition makes these issues matters of national interest and zero-sum. The goal of nuclear non-proliferation remains elusive as this same competition has brought back rearmament to the fore. This panel will investigate the challenges and opportunities for cooperation on these various emerging security domains as well as their implications for Canada and the world.
Chair: Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé, Full Professor, Bishop’s University
– Alexander Lanoszka, Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo
– Michael Manulak, Assistant Professor, Carleton University
– Marc De Bellefeuille, Deputy Director – Cyber, Space and Emerging Tech, Domains and Technology Policy, National Defence
– David Dubé, PhD Student, McGill University