EURO - ATLANTIC SECURITY COURSE
|Iterations||29.11.2021 - 03.12.2021 , 24.10.2022 - 28.10.2022|
RESIDENTAccredited by University
The aim of the course is to expand participant's theoretical foundations of the factors affecting security policy and the development and the organisation of the European security architecture.
- Eurasian Geopolitical Context and its Security Implications in the 21st Century
- Russia and European Contemporary Security
- The Role of the USA in European Contemporary Security
- UN role in providing Peace and Security in the World
- EU in 2030 – A Global Geopolitical Player or Just an Economical Powerhouse?
- EU’s Capability of Peace building in the Western Balkans / NATO-EU Defence Relations: Defence Capability Development – Opportunities
- The Role of OSCE in European Contemporary Security
- Western Balkans’ Regional Cooperation Initiatives and their impact on the Regional stabilization
- Bosnia and Herzegovina relationship with NATO
- The Atlantic Alliance and European Security in 21st Century
- NATO and EU: Perspectives on Joint Stabilization Operations in BiH
- EU’s Security and Defense Policy: Weaknesses and Perspectives
- Up to 40 national and international participants, military, police and civilian
- Participants should have following standards of proficiency in English (as described in STANAG 6001): 2, 2, 2, 2
The course is delivered in cooperation with Faculty of Political Science Sarajevo and with support from George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies.
30 days before the start of activity.
It is recommend to read materials from Strategic Survey 2017 attached on following link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1P5NVINgeuRNwhGAWFWbJsRa63WZli407 (IMPORTANT: If the link does not work copy/paste link in your browser).
ADVANCED DISTANCE LEARNING
REMARK: PSOTC is not the owner of the prerequisite material. It is located on the third parties websites and all regulations and procedures applied can be found on their websites.