Assuming that high-level scientific reflections supported by doctoral studies are in a position to support the emergence of a common strategic culture for the benefit of the European Union’s security and defence, voluntary academic and scientific institutes as well as practising institutions have decided to enhance the attractiveness of the Common Security and Defence Policy
On January 10th & 11th, Trinity College in Dublin hosted the GAP (Gaming for Peace) Conference. GAP is an EU H2020 funded project which is developing a curriculum of soft skills derived from interviews with experienced military, police and civilian peacekeeping personnel, and the state of the art in peacekeeping relevant soft skills and serious
As the first activity of the year Trinity College Dublin and Laurea University of Applied Sciences organised the course ‘Improving Performance in CSDP Missions’, under the auspices of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) and held in Dublin on 7-9 January 2019. Professor Anne Holohan from Trinity College Dublin and principal scientist Petteri Taitto from
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