BALTDEFCOL´s Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on 22 February

On 22nd February Baltic Defence College (BALTDEFCOL) hosted the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The Hall of Fame was established in 2016 to honour graduates who have distinguished themselves in their military and/or civilian careers and reached high-level positions.
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Honorary Fellows of the Baltic Defence College

On 16th February the Commandant of the BALTDEFCOL, Major General Andis Dilāns recognised Professor Žaneta Ozoliņa and Mr. Tomas Jermalavičius as Honorary Fellows of the Baltic Defence College. The title was to recognise their outstanding involvement in the college’s development and very valuable support for education of future military and civilian leaders from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and many other nations.
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Third Annual Baltic Defence College Conference on Russia, 15th-17th February 2017

The Baltic Defence College organised the Annual Conference on Russia, entitled ‘Non-Linear Warfare: The Russian Challenge’, which took place on 15th-17th 2017, at the Dorpat Conference Centre, Tartu. The conference was organised in partnership with the University of Tartu, Swedish Defence University, NATO Defence College and National Defence Academy of Latvia.
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Visit by the Ambassador of Poland to Estonia H.E. Mr. Robert Filipczak

On 15th February 2017 the Commandant of the BALTDEFCOL, Major General Andis Dilāns welcomed the Ambassador of Poland to Estonia H.E. Mr. Robert Filipczak who conducted a working visit along with the Minister-Counsellor Mr. Wacław Oleksy and the Polish Defence Attaché Colonel Ryszard Zając. The Commandant was accompanied by Dean Dr Zdzislaw Sliwa and the Polish Senior National Representative at the College COL Dr Miroslaw Smolarek.
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Heritage Foundation video conference on 31st January

On 31st January the Baltic Defence College hosted a seminar in the form of the video conference with Mr. Luke Coffey and Daniel Kochis of the Heritage Foundation. Mr. Coffey and Mr. Kochis are experts in Trans-Atlantic security and were able to share their thoughts regarding America's role as a leader in these arrangements. Additionally, the guests provided insight on topics ranging from a return to a traditional role for NATO to strategies for constraining and deterring Russian aggression. Students were provided with a great deal of information and perspectives on several highly relevant topics and the College would like to thank the Heritage Foundation and both guests for their support to the school's mission.
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