The participants will:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the CSDP (its development, key institutions and decision making process, key cooperation tools and initiatives between Member States, EU military and civilian missions and operations abroad);
  • Analyse the CSDP and its effects;
  • Analyse the new threats, with a focus on cyberthreats and climate change: how the EU is responding to them and building resilience;
  • Identify past and new partnerships of the EU in the security and defence field.

For more details, you can download the 2022 programme here. The 2023 programme will be uploaded shortly.
Please note that this course can be tailored on demand for specific groups.

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