Kiev, Ukraine (Dec 19, 2014) – NATO and partners have enjoyed close security cooperation ties with Ukraine for over two decades, but only recently has such cooperation taken on a new sense of urgency. As war continues in Ukraine’s Donbass region, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has requested NATO’s and the Partnership for Peace Consortium’s (PfPC) assistance in reforming Ukrainian Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) education.
Stockholm, Sweden (Dec 19, 2014) – Women, Peace, and Security is a topic of great importance to the international security community and consequently the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) launched a new program to teach gender studies to military institutions.
The Partnership for Peace Consortium’s Regional Security in the South Caucasus Study Group convened a multinational forum on Austria’s neutral ground, providing a constructive atmosphere for open dialogue.
PfPC's Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Working Group seeks enhancements to ADL capabilities, improving NATO e-learning platforms as well as new initiatives.
The Partnership for Peace Consortium's (PfPC) Emerging Security Challenges Working Group met in Malta, generously hosted by the University of Malta's Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies (MEDAC). The group discussed hybrid warfare and hybrid conflicts, which focuses on the changing dynamics of warfare and conflict in the 21st century, as seen in the behavior of states and non-state actors alike.
The Partnership for Peace Consortium’s (PfPC) Combating Terrorism Working Group (CTWG) is fortunate to add a new co-chair to its ranks - Dr. Peter Forster, Associate Dean of Information Sciences & Technology at Penn State University. Dr. Forster brings to the table seasoned counterterrorism expertise, sharing co-chairmanship with Mr. Richard Prosen from the U.S. State Department.