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War and Intelligence in the Information Age

torsdag 8. desember 2022, kl. 09:00 til kl. 15:30

Sal: Wergeland

Arrangør: Forsvarets høgskole

Inngang: Gratis - påmelding

Krigen påvirker Norge, og Norge engasjerer seg på flere måter for å støtte Ukraina.
Ukraina-programmet ved Forsvarets høgskole har innledet et tett samarbeid med NDUU i Kyiv. Dette samarbeidet er en del av en større satsning ved FHS Stabsskolen, inkludert internasjonale toppforskere.

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Konferansen vil bli avholdt på engelsk.

Program:

08.30 Registration

09.00 Opening from Tom Røseth, project manager and program manager for the Ukraine-program at National Defence University College.

09.10 General Eirik Kristoffersen, Chief of Defence of Norway

09.20 Volodymyr Mirnenko, Director of the Department of Military Education and Science, Ministry of Defence of Ukraine. Deputy Minister.

09.30 Tom Røseth, introduction of conference

09.45 Panel 1- del 1
The Ukrainian Experience from the Russian War in Ukraine
Chair/ordstyrer, Tobias Sæther, Researcher, the Norwegian Defence University College

Courses of action of the Ukrainian Army military formations during counteraction to Russian aggression
Colonel Vasyl Shvaliuchynskyi, Head of Department, Army Department. National Defence University of Ukraine

Russia’s warfare at sea 2022: lessons learned and perspectives
Captain Stepan Yakymiak
Head of Department, Naval Forces Department. National Defence University of Ukraine

Civil society in war
Nataliya Yeremeyeva, Advisor, The European Wergeland Centre

A historical view of Russian warfare
Major Amund Osflaten, PhD student. The Norwegian Defence University College

10.30 Pause

10.40 Panel 1- part 2 The Ukrainian Experience from the Russian War in Ukraine

11.30 Pause

11.45 Panel 2

The Ukrainian Experience from the Russian Information War in Ukraine
Chair/ordstyrer, Håvard Bækken, Senior Research Scientist, Norwegian Defence University College

Military patriotic” youth clubs in the temporary occupied territories of Ukraine
Olha Pashkova, Researcher, Research Center of Military History. National Defence University of Ukraine

Russian information paradigm shift: the context of strategic communications
Colonel Iryna Izhutova, Head of Training Section, Strategic Communications Training & Research Centre. National Defence University of Ukraine

Major Russian propaganda/disinformation narratives targeting Ukraine and the rest of the world
Anton Shekhovtsov, Director of the Centre for Democratic Integrity

13.00 Lunch

13.45 Panel 3

A new role for intelligence in war?
Chair/Ordstyrer Karen-Anna Eggen, PhD Fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Intelligence failures and the Russian invasion
Tom Røseth, associate professor in Intelligence Studies at the Norwegian Defence University College

The ’democratization’ of intelligence in the wake of the war in Ukraine
Kira Vrist Rønn, Associate Professor at University of Southern Denmark

Sharing US-UK Intelligence on Ukraine: Purpose and Effect
Andrew Wilson, Professor of Ukrainian Studies at University College London

15.00 Concluding remarks by Tom Røseth

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