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The 2022 Goldrick Conference on Indo-Pacific Maritime Strategy in the 21st Century brings together an outstanding array of 20 international and Australian speakers to discuss the future of maritime operations in our region.

Date: 20 & 21 September

 

Adams Auditorium Australian Defence Force Academy

ANI Members/Academics: $260. Non-Members: $320 ANI Membership and Registration: $380

Single Day Registration $195

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The 2022 Goldrick Conference on Indo-Pacific Maritime Strategy in the 21st Century brings together an outstanding array of 20 international and Australian speakers to discuss the future of maritime operations in our region.

In addition to a presentation by the Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Mark Hammond, the conference speakers include some of today’s most eminent naval and defence thinkers including:

  • Professor Andrew Lambert, the Laughton Professor of Naval History at King’s College London.
  • Associate Professor Bec Strating – Executive Director of La Trobe Asia.
  • Professor Kevin D. McCranie – The Philip A. Crowl Professor of Comparative Strategy, US Naval War College.
  • Distinguished Professor Stuart Kaye – Director Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security.
  • Professor Paul Mitchell – Professor of Defence Studies, Canadian Defence College.
  • Associate Professor Maria Rost Rublee – Associate Professor of Politics & International Relations, Monash University.
  • Rear Admiral Sudarshan Shrikhande, Indian Navy(Retired).
  • Rear Admiral Lee Goddard, CEO Australian Missile Corporation.
  • Rear Admiral Jeff Harley USN (Retired) – Navy League of the United States.

This Conference provides an outstanding opportunity for anyone interested in Australia’s and the region’s security to gain insights from these leading experts in their fields.

The 2022 Goldrick Conference is held in partnership with the Australian Defence Force Academy, the University of New South Wales (Canberra), the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security and the Seapower Centre Australia. The industry partners are Thales Australia, ADROITA and the Australian Missile Corporation.

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More information at: https://navalinstitute.com.au/events/majorevents/

 

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