In her research, Professor Kataryna WOLCZUK focuses on the EU's relations with the Eastern neighbours as well as Russia’s policy towards the post-Soviet states. This year, she became the Chairholder...
New threats, new responses
27 - 29 September 2023 / Bruges, Belgium
An ever changing international stage and new threats such as cyber-attacks, climate change, hybrid threats, global terrorism, etc. call for more integrated mechanisms and strategic autonomy. This course is a unique opportunity to get a thorough understanding and practical approach of how the EU is trying to address and prioritise this key topic.
The programme analyses how the EU is boosting its ambitions, efforts and tools to address rapidly evolving security challenges both within the EU and outside its borders. Throughout the course, participants will receive a complete understanding of the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), the institutional mechanisms linked to it and the state of play on how the EU is acting on the defence and security front (internally and externally) and facing new threats (in particular, cyberthreats and climate change) with key partners (institutional, private sector and the non-state actors).
The course combines different learning approaches:
- Interactive training sessions on the CSDP, new threats, EU partnerships in the field of Defence and Security and geopolitical dynamics;
- Training resources and suggested readings;
- Debates and discussions between practitioners and participants.
About the course