Senior Leaders’ Course ended

On 02 December the Commandant of the Baltic Defence College, Maj. Gen. Andis Dilans, graduated fifteen participants, from across the Euro-Atlantic area and from within the civil-military sectors, from the Senior Leaders’ Course (SLC) 2016. This course began on 28 November with a theme of ‘Deterrence after the Warsaw Summit’, with lectures, panel discussions and distinguished guest speakers giving their thoughts on Baltic and European security during the course of the week.
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Lecture on ‘The Warsaw Summit: Implications’

The Senior Leaders’ Course continued this morning with interventions by Gen. Hans-Lothar Domrose, the Visiting Senior Mentor, and Dr. Matus Halas, Lecturer in Strategic Studies at the Baltic Defence College. The topic for consideration was ‘The Warsaw Summit: Implications’, looking at the changing security environments both on the southern and eastern flanks of the alliance.
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Senior Leaders’ Course at the Baltic Defence College

The icebreaker reception hosted by the Commandant of the Baltic Defence College, Major General Andis Dilāns and Mayor of Tartu, Mr Urmas Klaas marked an inauguration of the Baltic Defence College’s Senior Leaders’ Course (SLC), which will last from 28th November –2nd December 2016.
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The celebration of the Lithuanian Armed Forces Day

On 23rd November the Baltic Defence College staff members were invited by Col. Albertas Dapkus, the Senior National Representative, to celebrate the Lithuanian Armed Forces Day. That anniversary is of great importance for the Republic of Lithuania and is widely celebrated across the country and abroad. The Armed Forces Day is marked by military parades, military equipment expositions, concerts and decoration ceremonies.
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The Baltic Defence College co-hosts its first conference in Brussels

On Tuesday, the Baltic Defence College – in conjunction with the Institute of European Studies and backed by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division – hosted a day-long conference entitled ‘Tracking NATO’s Revival: From Warsaw to Brussels’. Hosted in the Hilton Grand Place Hotel in Brussels, the conference was organised as a large public roundtable with the intention of addressing the outcomes of the Warsaw Summit and paving the way towards to the Brussels Summit in spring 2017. Part of the conference aimed to provide a Baltic perspective on the deterrence measures.
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