Strategic Engagement

UPCOMING EVENTS

Arctic Circle Assembly

2022

Arctic Circle Assembly

Addressing matters of Arctic security


Oct 12, 2022 – Oct 14, 2022

TSC leaders and supporting staff will conduct several panels as approved by ACA planners addressing matters of Arctic security from 12-14 October 2022, Reykjavik IS.

Event info


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PAST EVENTS

AAS22

2022

AAS22

ALCOM Arctic Symposium 2022


May 03, 2022 – May 06, 2022

A symposium about defense security concerns on the North American Arctic…near the Arctic. AAS22 is planned and organized by the Arctic Domain Awareness Center at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) in support and in compliance with guidance from Alaskan Command (ALCOM) Commander and staff.

Event info


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ARSOC 1

2022

ARSOC 1

Arctic Regional Security Orientation Course I


May 22, 2022 – May 27, 2022

The purpose of ARSOC is to provide baseline knowledge to personnel without Arctic experience, focusing on historical, environmental, commercial, geopolitical, and strategic issues concerning the Arctic region in order to encourage discussion, intellectual curiosity, and critical thinking.

Event info


Resources

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ARSOC 2

2022

ARSOC 2

Arctic Regional Security Orientation Course II


Jun 27, 2022 – Jul 01, 2022

The purpose of ARSOC is to provide baseline knowledge to personnel without Arctic experience, focusing on historical, environmental, commercial, geopolitical, and strategic issues concerning the Arctic region in order to encourage discussion, intellectual curiosity, and critical thinking.

Event info


Resources

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ARSOC 3

2022

ARSOC 3

Arctic Regional Security Orientation Course III


Aug 29, 2022 – Sep 03, 2022

The purpose of ARSOC is to provide baseline knowledge to personnel without Arctic experience, focusing on historical, environmental, commercial, geopolitical, and strategic issues concerning the Arctic region in order to encourage discussion, intellectual curiosity, and critical thinking.

Event info


Resources

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Engagement/Outreach…with purpose. Initial set of potential topics in support of workshops, exercises, and convergence symposia to advance Arctic and Climate Security. The following provides a list of potentially constructive number of seminar topics for consideration to establish via in-person, virtual and/or hybrid conference methods.

Organizing, coordinating, and conducting specific seminars will be planned and proposed in the Annual TSC Program. Included in this overall list of seminars is the following:

  • Security in the Arctic 2050…what is needed to achieve peace and security for the Pan Arctic.
  • NORAD and the Arctic in 2050. Advancing elements of policy and capability considerations to support the future North AmericanAerospace Command mission needs.
  • Addressing Arctic Strategic Competition…a Forum for US, Allies and Partners.
  • Arctic and Climate Security:  Characterizing Research Gaps for Onward Analysis.
  • Women, Peace and Security:  Lessons from the Arctic for the lower latitudes.
  • Arctic Economic Security…understanding the implications for the Trans-Atlantic Arctic Relationship.
  • Calling Arctic Flags:  Chatham House protocol seminar for invited General and Flag Officers.
  • Senior Enlisted Leader (SEL) Forum on the Arctic…insights to advance multinational understanding in Arctic Security from the SEL perspective.
  • Total Force Response towards the Arctic. Advancing partnership between Active Duty, Reserve and Guard Arctic training and activities.
  • Soft power solutions to reduce hard power problems.
  • Seeing Arctic security through a 10,000-year-old lens:  Arctic Security Leader Seminars via partnered efforts with the Arctic Indigenous Community. 
  • North American Arctic Security Dialogue:  A symposia for US-Canada-Denmark/Greenland security practitioners.
  • Holograms for the Arctic:  understanding gaps and shortfalls in operational decision making for security practitioners.
  • Arctic Crisis Exercises. Tabletop and simulations that complement and add practical context to the above topics. 
  • Intercessional seminar on Arctic-region policy inputs to the Canada-U.S. Permanent Joint Board of Defense.