Director’s briefing: What does Global Britain mean for MI6?

Chief of MI6, Richard Moore, discusses Britain’s new role in the world.

Partner and major corporate event Invitation only
6 May 2021 — 1:00PM TO 2:00PM

In March, the UK government presented an extensive re-examination of the nation’s defence and security priorities. From advancements in science and technology to climate and health resilience, the Integrated Review presents key national objectives with which to inform UK government policymaking over the next decade.

At this event, recently appointed chief of MI6, Richard Moore, discusses what a ‘Global Britain’ means for the Secret Intelligence Service. Who will the UK be working with to share risk and pool resources against major transnational security challenges? What are the current major threats to the rules-based international system? How does the Integrated Review affect MI6’s core areas of focus? And what will be the role of MI6 in the modernization of the UK’s security capacity amid the rapid advancements in cyber and technology?

This event is only open to Chatham House Partners and Major Corporate Members as well as selected giving circles of Chatham House. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Linda Bedford at [email protected].