Participamnts to the 1st U.S. Think Tanks at GCSP

[REPOST] The GCSP hosted the 1st U.S Think Tanks Tour of Switzerland for a roundtable

On Friday 12 October, the Geneva Centre for Security Policy hosted the 1st U.S Think Tanks Tour of Switzerland for a roundtable entitled “Transatlantic Relations and the Geostrategic Impact of New Technologies”.

Participants to the Roundtable

[REPOST] - Roundtable on the situation in the Korean Peninsula

On September 27th, the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), in conjunction with the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Korea, hosted a closed-door Roundtable on the situation on the Korean Peninsula. A dozen of high level participants, amongst them several Permanent Representatives to the UN Conference on Disarmament, as well as Ms. Micheline Calmy- Rey, Former Swiss Foreign Minister, attended this meeting. The positive developments in the Korean Peninsula, as well as the enduring challenges, were discussed.

Le Général GUEYE et le divisionnaire Favre

[REPOST] - Visite du Chef d’Etat-Major général des Armées du Sénégal au GCSP

Depuis plus d’une décennie, le GCSP entretient des liens fructueux avec les Forces Armées du Sénégal, notamment avec le Centre des Hautes Études de Défense et de Sécurité (CHEDS) de Dakar créé en 2014. En particulier, depuis 2009, le GCSP organise chaque année à Dakar des cours destinés aux Attachés de défense et hauts fonctionnaires de l’Afrique de l’Ouest actifs dans le domaine de la politique de sécurité et la diplomatie.
Après avoir accueilli le Général de brigade Paul NDIAYE, Directeur du CHEDS, en août 2016, le GCSP avait l’honneur et le grand plaisir de recevoir en ce début de septembre 2018 le Général de Corps d’armée Cheikh GUEYE, Chef d’Etat-Major général des Armées (CEMGA) du Sénégal, accompagné de son aide de camp et d’un officier supérieur.

Lake Geneva seen between Glion and Caux (Canton of Vaud) [sic]

[REPOST] Seventh Zermatt Roundtable on Current Security Issues in North East Asia

The Seventh Zermatt Roundtable on Current Security Issues in North East Asia was held from September 17th to 19th, in Glion/Montreux, Switzerland. Some 40 participants – experts from think tanks and academia, as well as government representatives – from China, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), the European Union (EU), Japan, Mongolia, the Republic of Korea (ROK), the Russian Federation, the United States of America (USA) and Switzerland gathered for this annual event.