Combined Senior Advisory Council and Consortium Steering Committee meeting of the Partnership for Peace Consortium in Bucharest.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, October 12, 2018 – The Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) will held its annual combined Senior Advisory Council and Consortium Steering Committee meeting in Bucharest, Romania from October 15 to October 17, 2018.

Partnership for Peace Consortium’s Emerging Security Challenges Working Group Leads Conference on Hybrid Threats in Skopje

SKOPJE, Macedonia (12-13 September, 2018) – The Partnership for Peace Consortium’s (PfPC) Emerging Security Challenges Working Group and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia Institute for Geostrategic Research and Foreign Policy co-organized a conference entitled, “Stabilizing Effects of Euro Atlantic Integration:  Working Together Against Hybrid Threats.

Overcoming Blockades and Improving Intra-State/ Neighbourhood Relations in South East Europe

In general, intra-regional relations in South East Europe, in particular in the Western Balkans (WB), have partially remained fragile and tense. Several bilateral relations are still burdened by serious political issues and mutual distrust. Ongoing nationalistic crashes regarding, for instance, questions of border demarcation, traffic routes on land and sea, cross-border ethnic separatism and the recent past risk of compounding existing fissures that, in the end, could affect Europe as a whole.

JEAN D’ANDURAIN 1955-2018

In the evening of Friday 10 August 2018, the Partnership for Peace Consortium lost one of its most faithful and dedicated Steering Committee members. Jean d’Andurain (LtCol Ret., French Army) passed away quietly following a stroke suffered in June 2017.

PfPC’s CTWG Leads Central Asia/Afghanistan Regional Seminar on FTF Networks

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (24-26 July, 2018) – The Partnership for Peace Consortium’s (PfPC) Combating Terrorism Working Group (CTWG) hosted a Central Asia/Afghanistan regional tabletop exercise entitled “Foreign Terrorist Fighter Networks: Threats, Challenges, and Responses” from July 24 to July 26, 2018.

 

What a ‘New European Security Deal’ Could Mean for the South Caucasus

The 17th RSSC SG workshop, convened for the first time ever in Minsk, Belarus, aimed to look at ways of peacefully transforming the Euro-Atlantic security order. This policy paper is a synopsis of the discussions that took place 18-21 April 2018 in Minsk and the policy recommendations that were extracted from the break-out groups.

German Ambassador to NATO meets PfPC Stakeholders

BRUSSELS, Belgium (21 June 2018) - On 21 June 2018, the German Ambassador to NATO, H.E. Hans-Dieter Lucas invited the PfP-Consortium's Senior Advisory Council and ambassadors of PfPC stakeholders to a working lunch commemorating former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen’s proposal to found the Partnership for Peace Consortium at the NATO Ministerial in June 1998.

PfPC Executive Director addresses 2018 OSCE-wide Counter-Terrorism Conference in Rome

ROME, Italy (11 May, 2018) - Dr. Raphael Perl adresssed a group of over 200 government officials and CT experts on the value and benefits of the PfPC's Foreign Fighter Table Top Exercises, the next of which is scheduled for July 21-22 at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

RSSEE Explores Role of Political Parties on Regional Consolidation

REICHENAU, Austria (4 May, 2018) - The Regional Stability in South East Europe (RSSEE) Study Group gathered in Reichenau, Austria, 03-06 May 2018 for its 36th workshop with the topic: "Overcoming Blockades and Improving Intra-State/Neighbourhood Relations in South East Europe".      

MG Chachibaia Opens the Second Annual Multi-National NCO Workshop in Tbilisi, Georgia

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (13 March, 2018) - Thirty Non Commissioned Officers (NCOs) and other representatives from 14 countries kicked off the 2nd Annual Multi-National NCO Workshop in Tbilisi, Georgia on 13 March 2018.

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