The Azure Forum for Contemporary Security Strategy (CLG) is a social enterprise that aims to add to the social and economic fabric of our national and global community by way of our social impact …
A dedicated – first of its kind – peace, security and defence policy think tank based in Ireland …. The Azure Forum for Contemporary Security Strategy …. contributes independently to a more peaceful, secure, resilient and prosperous national and global future in the face of modern risk
OUR RESEARCH AREAS
Contemporary risks can remain unidentified, understudied or suffer from little pre-emptive and proactive operational and policy attention. Our research programmes address the geostrategic, DIME and regulatory implications of often cross-cutting modern risks to peace and security to enhance resilience.
Many emerging risks may impact the national and global economy in unexpected ways or lessen our general resilience.
EVENTS AND DIALOGUE
Our subject matter experts curate high-level public and closed-door events such as conferences, roundtables, and seminars that are impactful and provide a neutral, collaborative platform to engage with national and international partners.
It is our belief that connecting dots through cross-sectoral engagement and collaboration is key to international peace, stability and resilience. Industry, civil society, academia and the technical community are increasingly vital actors in informing and challenging international policy formulation.
SUPPORT US AND MEMBERSHIP
The Azure Forum for Contemporary Security Strategy is a non-partisan social enterprise providing strategic analysis and solutions to decision-makers globally. We rely on your support to help us navigate …
PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT, OUTREACH AND AWARENESS-RAISING
Conversations surrounding ‘security’ in Ireland often focus upon conventional conflict, peacekeeping, Ireland’s status as a neutral or non-aligned nation and NATO. …
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE?
Filling gaps in strategic thinking in the national ecosystem
- Independent security and strategic risk research and analysis in a changing world order.
- Filling a national vacuum in independent strategic thinking and thought leadership on security.
- Filling a gap in national awareness, applied policy education, training and public discussion on future security questions that have potential to harm societal wellbeing as well as the country’s economic, diplomatic, and military interests.