European Security Seminar – East (ESS – E) will be held at the Marshall Center Jan. 23 to 27. (Marshall Center graphic by Stan Jones)
Dates: Jan. 23 to 27
Languages: English and Russian
Title: “Hybrid Threats and Resilience Building in the Eastern Flank”
- To engage a range of partners in understanding conflict dynamics in Europe's eastern flank.
- To highlight spectrum of policy-practitioner thinking across Europe, Eurasia, and U.S. regarding Hybrid Threats.
- To explore current and future strategic implications for U.S., NATO, EU and European Partners.
- To highlight challenges to Euro-Atlantic states, institutions, identity and values.
- To understand how Russia's behavior challenges the eastern partners and how Euro-Atlantic space might respond better to mitigate unintended consequences for these neighbors.
- To identify current Euro-Atlantic vulnerabilities and how they can be exploited while building resilience.
Number of times the resident program has been held: This is the second time. The program was created in 2016.
Class Composition/demographics: (Registered) 61 participants from 26 countries. Eight are Marshall Center Alumni. Fifty participants are from U.S. European Command countries; three from U.S. Central Command; eight from U.S. Northern Command. There are 13 females and 48 males. There are 20 from the military and 41 from civilian agencies.
Next ESS-E: Currently scheduled for FY 2018. Course information can be found here.
ESS-South: will take place June 19 to 23.
Follow this event on social media with the hashtags: #hybridwarfare #EasternEurope
Photos from this workshop can be found on the MC Photo Gallery.