INSIGHTS INTO OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY

INSIGHTS INTO OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY IECEU identified operational capacity as leadership, training, organisational structures and decision-making processes, human resources, technologies, mission funding, culture, security, housing and procurement. Operational capability of the CSDP missions and operations usually strongly depends on both internal and external factors – external factors depending strongly on the specifics of the country where Read more about INSIGHTS INTO OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY[…]

The EU needs a continent of pooling and sharing for its security – not only little islands

The EU needs a continent of pooling and sharing for its security – not only little islands The analyses of the effectiveness of Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) – crisis management operations, implemented by the IECEU-project, also researched the current initiatives of pooling and sharing of capabilities (P&S) and how it is perceived at Read more about The EU needs a continent of pooling and sharing for its security – not only little islands[…]

3rd IECEU Advisory Board meeting was organised in Brussels 30th May 2017

3rd IECEU Advisory Board meeting was organised in Brussels 30th May 2017. The results of effectiveness analysis and lessons identified were presented to Advisory Board members. Advisory Session concluded the initial comments on IECEU lessons identified as well as provided guidance on relevant dissemination channels to present the final recommendations. The research and external analysis Read more about 3rd IECEU Advisory Board meeting was organised in Brussels 30th May 2017[…]

IECEU consortium partner Nina Pejič, representative of the University of Ljubljana, gave a lecture Friday, May 12th in Butmir

IECEU consortium partner Nina Pejič, representative of the University of Ljubljana, gave a lecture Friday 12 May in Butmir to a group of 12 international students from 4 countries visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina as a part of a study trip in the framework of their study subject of International Conflict Management. The lecture was given Read more about IECEU consortium partner Nina Pejič, representative of the University of Ljubljana, gave a lecture Friday, May 12th in Butmir[…]

Press Release, IECEU – Increasing interoperability is a key mechanism for the CSDP to improve its efficiency

Increasing interoperability is a key mechanism for the CSDP to improve its efficiency Interoperability relies on systems being able to both provide and accept services, units, tools and personnel, is the foundation of cooperation and pooling and sharing within crisis management. Poor interoperability or lack of interoperability leads to inefficiency, wasted resources and at the Read more about Press Release, IECEU – Increasing interoperability is a key mechanism for the CSDP to improve its efficiency[…]

IECEU policy dialogue Brussels 27.3.2017 (Press release)

IECEU policy dialogue Brussels (27/3/2017) Press release, Nina Pejič, UniLj On 27th March, the IECEU policy dialogue, organized by our Consortium partner AIES – Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy and European Security and Defence College was held in Brussels in the premises of the ESDC. It was attended by seven Consortium partners, AIES, Read more about IECEU policy dialogue Brussels 27.3.2017 (Press release)[…]

Field research to Democratic Republic of Congo

Our Consortium partners from Royal Danish Defence College have in February conducted a field research to Democratic Republic of Congo as part of the WP3. Field trip was organized in order to gather, analyze and scrutinize the nature, impact and effectiveness of the four key EU initiatives in DR Congo, namely operation Artemis in 2003; the Read more about Field research to Democratic Republic of Congo[…]

Annemarie Peen Rodt, Ph.d. Associate Professor at Royal Danish Defence College, presented a paper on EU crisis management at ISA Annual Convention, Baltimore 22nd – 25th February 2017.

Our Consortium member, Annemarie Peen Rodt, Ph.d. Associate Professor at Royal Danish Defence College has presented a paper on EU crisis management at ISA Annual Convention in Baltimore between 22nd and 25th February 2017. Paper that was submitted and presented carried a title “EU crisis management: a meaningful contribution to preventing (further) violent conflict?” and Read more about Annemarie Peen Rodt, Ph.d. Associate Professor at Royal Danish Defence College, presented a paper on EU crisis management at ISA Annual Convention, Baltimore 22nd – 25th February 2017.[…]

EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES JOURNAL

Scientific journal European Perspectives containing five articles based on a H2020 research project Improving the Effectiveness of Capabilities in EU Conflict Prevention – IECEU of the Western Balkans missions, EULEX Kosovo and EUFOR Althea. Guest editor of this edition was Dr Rok Zupančič, while guest view was written by former Slovenian Minister of Defence and Read more about EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES JOURNAL[…]