Global Risk Analysis & Europe’s Changing Security Environment
Executive Training Seminar
19-21 June 2017
Scientific Coordinators: Ulrich Krotz | European University Institute & Masha Hedberg | SAIS Europe & European University Institute
This Executive Training Seminar will introduce participants to approaches and tools for identifying global security risks and understanding the scope and implications of current humanitarian, military and complex political crises for European security. Bringing together academic specialists, policymakers, and think tank experts to discuss the changing international security environment, the three-day seminar offers an in-depth overview of emerging geopolitical, technological, societal and economic risks, the drivers that are at work, and the possible measures for addressing evolving security challenges. Topics include the changing nature of state and non-state threats at Europe’s door; the rise of cyber dependence and ever-growing cyber fragilities; NATO’s plausible futures in the wake of the U.S. presidential election; and the security nexus of the migration and refugee crisis. Through presentations, case studies, and simulations, attendees will gain a greater appreciation of how global risks could evolve and interact in the next decade, and the solutions that will be needed to respond to and manage the forces at play.
Ariane Chebel d’Appolonia | Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration
Masha Hedberg | SAIS Europe & European University Institute
Erik Jones | SAIS Europe
Andres Kasekamp | University of Tartu, Estonia
Ulrich Krotz | European University Institute
Hanns Maul | Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Michal Onderco | Erasmus University Rotterdam
Brandon Valeriano | Cardiff University
Deadline: 5 June 2017
AGG Training Coordinator
Tel.: +39 055 4685960
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- upload a CV (in English)
- include a brief motivation letter (in English)
Accommodation, travel costs, and local transportation are at the expense of the participant/ sending institution.
The programme includes lunches and a social dinner, offered by the Academy, for participants and speakers to socialise and network.