ITC 1995 Alumnus, Professor Jacek Czaputowicz has been appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland in Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki’s government.
The Symposium on ‘Rising Tensions in East Asia and the Japanese Response’ was GCSP’s first public event of 2018.
The Geneva event, cohosted by the Research Institute for Peace and Security (RIPS) based in Tokyo, was held in a timely manner, just ahead of the scheduled ‘Korea Talks’ happening between North and South Korea.
Current media coverage and political debates have made diplomats, government officials, policy advisers and civil society curious about latest insights happening in the region. Panelists and speakers included experts and academics from Japan, Europe, and the United States, each providing a different perspective of the problems and solutions facing Japan and the East Asian region. Event participants were welcomed by Ambassador Christian Dussey, Director of the GCSP and Dr Masashi Nishihara, President of RIPS.
After two weeks together in the heart of international Geneva, the journey for ten diplomats has not ended but has just begun! The 2nd edition of the course on Good Governance and Migration displayed to its participants an exchange of knowledge and experience, visits to key international institutions and a tour of the best of Geneva.
Complementary to national training, the Office of the Chief of Defense Staff of the Armed Forces of Sri Lanka and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GSCP) are holding an orientation course for the new Defence Attachés and Senior Officials involved in Defence, Diplomacy and international relations.
On 24th June 2021 EUFOR Commander, Major General Alexander Platzer and NATO Commander, Brigadier General Eric Folkestad briefed students of the Defence Attaché Orientation course in the PSOTC. Source
Today, 25th June 2021, the Peace Support Operations Training Centre in cooperation with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy successfully completed 9th Defence Attaché Orientation…