The Geopolitics of the Arctic – Camden Conference 2021
Virtual Events Team – GEOPoliticalMatters.com
European News & Media Centre Málaga
The Camden Conference has taken the current global pandemic seriously and announces that the
2021 Conference will take place, although with a change in format for this year. Despite the
world’s current focus on the coronavirus, other pressing issues of mankind have not gone away,
and the need for the Conference’s mission are just as important as ever, according to Camden
The program, “The Geopolitics of the Arctic” will be presented on Saturday 20 February 2021
and Sunday February 21. The Conference will use the best technology available to live stream
the two-day program online, and there will still be the opportunity to ask questions.
“These changes are necessary because an event of this size takes a full year to organize and
because the health and safety of the attendees and speakers are of utmost importance,” said
Board President, Matt Storin, in a news release. “Therefore, the decision had to be made
early in the planning process in order to facilitate this change to a virtual setting.”
The Arctic is a topic that has particular relevance to our region, encompassing diplomacy,
climate change, national security, economics, and the fate of indigenous peoples. The Program
Committee of the Conference is meeting regularly to select a compelling line-up of presenters,
which will be announced in early fall.
The mission of the Camden Conference is to foster informed discourse on world issues. Further
details on the program and registration pricing will be forthcoming in the next few months.
For more information or to a member. For more information go to: www.camdenconference.org
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