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NIFC Conference Schedule for 2022

NIFC Conferences are open to cleared personnel only

  07 Apr | Analytic Tradecraft Initiative

  Host: Analysis Division  
 NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

An initiative devoted to the future of intelligence analysis. Explore developments to reduce uncertainty and new ways to effectively analyse emerging threats. The goals of the initiative are to exchange experiences and add vision to NATO intelligence analysis tradecraft.


  26-28 Apr | Africa Conference

  Host: Africa Branch, Analysis Division
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

This conference addresses how Africa is relevant to NATO through discussions on transnational, regional, and country specific problem sets.


  03-05 May | CTC Targets Conference

  Host: Centralised Targeting Capacity
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

This is the first NATO Centralised Targeting Capacity Conference and workshop that will offer the opportunity to bring together subject matter experts from across the Alliance to examine and discuss intelligence/support to targeting within NATO. Moreover, it will offer a great chance to reflect on the progress made over the past two years while forging the way ahead for NATO and the Joint Targeting Discipline.


  8 Jun | Middle East Roundtable

  Host: Middle East Branch, Analysis Division
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

A one day event of analyst-to-analyst exchange on topics related to Middle East. Participants will facilitate sessions.


  22-23 Jun | South Asia Roundtable

  Host: Asia Branch, Analysis Division
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

An analyst-to-analyst exchange on South Asia, including Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan. An unclassified day will leverage the expertise of guest speakers from academia and think tanks. Guests will facilitate classified sessions.


  13-15 Sep | China Roundtable

  Host: Asia Branch, Analysis Division
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

This inaugural conference expands on the China Roundtable format. Briefings and working groups will focus on China’s strategic influence in areas of interest to NATO, as well as strategic and operational military capability developments. An unclassified day will leverage the expertise of guest speakers from academia and think tanks.

  20-22 Sep | Cyber Conference

  Host: East Branch, Hybrid Threats Division
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A workshop on specific hostile cyber actors to strengthen our community of interest and establish a baseline on the capabilities, organisation and intent of specific hostile cyber actors


  27-29 Sep| Terrorism Conference

  Host: South Branch, Hybrid Threats Division
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

A conference addressing terrorist group activity, trends and capabilities in NSD-S. The aim will be to identify opportunities to advance terrorism analysis and understanding of the threat.

  11-13 Oct | Comprehensive Russian Approach to the World (CRAW) Conference

  Host: Strategic Branch, Analysis Division
  NIFCConferences@ifc.bices.org

This conference is intended to enhance the understanding of Russia’s whole-of-government approach globally. The conference will include presentations by guest speakers from academia and think tanks and NATO subject matter experts, followed by analytical assessments on Russia with a strategic look forward.

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Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 0QB
United Kingdom