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Professor Alex Schmid, Director of the Terrorism Research Initiative in Vienna, talks to the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) during a Countering Violent Extremism and Foreign Fighters seminar that the PfPC's Combating Terrorism Working Group (http://pfp-consortium.org/in…/activities/combating-terrorism) conducted at the George C. Marshall Center, and for which Professor Schmid delivered a keynote address. Professor Schmid discusses measures the international community can take to collectively counter violent extremism and how the PfPC facilitates an international dialogue on violent extremism.

Charlotte Jordan, a researcher from the London School of Economics and Political Science, talks to the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) during a Countering Violent Extremism and Foreign Fighters seminar that the PfPC's Combating Terrorism Working Group (http://pfp-consortium.org/in…/activities/combating-terrorism) conducted at the George C. Marshall Center. Ms. Jordan discusses measures the international community can take to collectively counter violent extremism and how the PfPC facilitates an international dialogue on violent extremism.

Belgrade, Serbia (September 24, 2015) – From 22 to 24 September, Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP) experts began a cooperative initiative with the Serbian Ministry of Defense to introduce online learning technologies into Serbian defense education institutions.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany (August 31, 2015) – NATO constantly evolves to an ever-changing security landscape, and the Partnership for Peace Consortium’s defense education and defense institution building efforts are an important part of NATO’s evolution, detailed in the new book “NATO: From Regional to Global Security Provider.”

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany (August 3, 2015) – In response to a growing Foreign Terrorist Fighter (FTF) threat, 80 practitioners and researchers from over 40 countries conducted a tabletop exercise (TTX) from 29-30 July at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. The exercise was designed to train participants and develop actionable recommendations regarding FTF recruitment, travel, and return.

Zagreb, Croatia (7 July, 2015) – NATO and the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) recognize that technological innovation is central to defense education modernization.  With this aim in mind, a multinational team of 40 experts across 12 countries kicked off an Education Development Working Group (EDWG) workshop today in Zagreb, Croatia to assist partner nations with modernization of their defense education institutions.

Vienna, Austria (July 6, 2015) - The Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) held its 17th Annual Conference at the Austrian National Defence Academy in Vienna, Austria from 1-3 July. Some 120 experts from 31 countries attended the conference on 21st Century Conflict and Opportunities for Cooperation to provide constructive recommendations on opportunities for defense education, research, and defense institution building to address 21st century conflict.

Vienna, Austria (July 6, 2015) - From 28-30 June at the Austrian National Defence Academy in Vienna, Austria, NATO and Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) officials convened the fourth annual NATO Clearing House to review efforts of the Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP).  The Clearing House brought together 58 participants from 23 countries and 42 institutions to coordinate support to existing and future defense education programs.

Chisinau, Moldova (June 29, 2015) – On 27 June, a graduating class of new officers from the Moldovan Military Academy ushered in a significant milestone in Moldova’s cooperation with NATO and partners. The graduation signaled the achievement of capacity for the Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP) in Moldova, a first of its kind event, as this is the first degree-granting course for new officers developed under the DEEP program.

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2014 Annual Report

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