The Seminar for Regional Security will take place an. 18 to Feb. 8 at the Marshall Center. (Marshall Center graphic by M. Zachary Sherman)
From GCMC |
by Alumni Team |
23 Jan 2018
Dates: Jan. 18 to Feb. 8, 2018
Language: English and Russian
Frequency: SRS is held once a year.
Analyze current security crises
Understand impact on regional security
Identify patterns of conflict management
Consider the gender dimensions of conflict & conflict management
Practice negotiation techniques
Course Director: Col. (GS) Jörg Kunze
Deputy Directors: Dr. Petra Weyland and U.S. Army Col. John H. Knightstep
Class Composition/demographics: 60 participants from 25 countries; 32 are military and 28 are civilian; and, 45 males and 15 females. There are 45 English language speakers, eight Russian language speakers, and six English and Russian language speakers. Combatant Commands represented: two from U.S. Africa Command; five from U.S. Central Command; 36 from U.S. European Command; and, four from U.S. Pacific Command.
Origins: This is the sixth iteration of this resident program at the Marshall Center. The seminar began in 2013.