1948 - Brussels Treaty - international Military Academic Forum 2014

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Forum Reichenau 2012
HANS-BERNHARD WEISSERTH
Head of the ESDC
Towards a
Common
European
Security and
Defence
Culture
Towards a Common European Security and Defence Culture
Cold
War
WEU
EU
Amsterdam
Treaty
Implementation
EU
Lisbon
Treaty
Implementation
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1948
1948--Brussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty- -WEU
WEU
1949
Treaty
- NATO
1949--Washington
Washington
Treaty
- NATO
1950
Community
1950--European
EuropeanDefence
Defence
Community
1954
byby
FRFR
National
Assembly
1954--…
…rejected
rejected
National
Assembly
1954
(GE
/ IT)
1954--modified
modifiedBrussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty
(GE
/ IT)
1970
1970--European
EuropeanPolicy
PolicyCo-ordination
Co-ordination
the
in NATO
the 80‘s
80‘s -- ‘EUROGROUPS’
more discussions
on European security
1990 - Maastricht Treaty (long-term objective: Common European Defence)
1992
of WEU
1990--Petersberg
Maastricht/ Revitalisation
Treaty (long-term
objective: Common European Defence)
1996
Berlin //Brussels
- ESDI of WEU
1992--NATO
Petersberg
Revitalisation
1997
Treaty
(High Representative
/ Petersberg Missions)
1996--Amsterdam
NATO Berlin
/ Brussels
- ESDI
1997 - Amsterdam Treaty
1998 - FR(High
/ UK Summit
in St. Malo
Representative/Policy
Unit / Petersberg Missions)
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2003
/ enhanced
of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
1998--Nice
FR /Treaty
UK Summit
in St.role
Malo
management
tasks
into
the
EU
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2004
Security
Strategy
2003--European
Nice Treaty
/ enhanced
role of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
management tasks into the EU
2009
Lisbon Treaty
/provisions made include:
2004--(December)
European Defence
Agency
 Permanent
President
of the Treaty
European
Council made include:
2009
- (December)
Lisbon
/provisions
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HR
of the Union
for theof
CFSP
supported Council
by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Permanent
President
the European
Wider
Mission
Spectrum
HR of CSDP
the Union
for the
CFSP supported by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Mutual
Assistance
Clause
Wider CSDP Mission Spectrum
Permanent
Structured
Co-operation
Mutual Assistance
Clause
Solidarity
Clause
(relatesCo-operation
to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Permanent
Structured

Solidarity Clause (relates to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Example of an European Career
Cold
War
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--Brussels
Treaty
- -WEU
1948
Brussels
Treaty
WEU
1973/76
start
of military
career
/ study at the Bundeswehr University
 1949
--Washington
- NATO
1949
Washington
- NATO
1976/84
platoon
leaderTreaty
/ Treaty
company
commander armoured infantry
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1950
European
Defence
Community
1984/86
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StaffDefence
CourseCommunity
Führungsakademie
Hamburg
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FRFR
National
Assembly
1954--…
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National
Assembly
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(GE
/ IT)
1954--modified
modifiedBrussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty
(GE
/ IT)
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1970--European
EuropeanPolicy
PolicyCo-ordination
Co-ordination
1990/92
G3
Infantry
/
German
Army Office (long-term development)
 the 80‘s - ‘EUROGROUPS’ in NATO
WEU
EU
Amsterdam
Treaty
Implementation
EU
Lisbon
Treaty
Implementation
 the 80‘s - more discussions on European security
 1990 - Maastricht Treaty (long-term objective: Common European Defence)
1993/96
WEU
Planning
Staff (long-term
 1992
--Petersberg
/ Revitalisation
of WEU
1990
Maastricht
Treaty
objective: Common European Defence)
 1996
--NATO
Berlin
//Brussels
- ESDI
1992
Petersberg
Revitalisation
of WEU
1996/98
Assistant
German
Military
Representative
to NATO/WEU/EU
 1997
--Amsterdam
Treaty
(HighOfficer
Representative
/ Petersberg
Missions)
1996
NATO
Berlin
/–
Brussels
- ESDI- European
1998/99
MoD
Bonn/Berlin
Desk
Operational
Issues
 1997 - Amsterdam Treaty
 1998 - FR(High
/ UK Summit
in St. Malo
Representative/Policy
Unit / Petersberg Missions)
1999/2009
Policy Unitdevelopment
of the HR SOLANA
– ESDP
Force
 1999 ––CFSP/CSDP
under the
EU / J. Task
Solana
takes office
 2003
--Nice
/ enhanced
of PSC
/ integrating
theESS
WEU’s crisis
1998
FR
/Treaty
UK
Summit
in St.role
Malo
2003
– part
of HR
working
group
for
the
elaboration
of the
management
tasks
into
the
EU
 1999
– CFSP/CSDP
development
under the EUand
/ J. running
Solana takes
office
2005
responsible
for CSDP
training / development
of ESDC

Defence
Agencyrole of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
 2004
2003--European
Nice Treaty
/ enhanced
management tasks into the EU
2009
member
of the EEAS
/ CMPD
and
Head of
theinclude:
ESDC
 2009
--(December)
Lisbon
Treaty
/provisions
made
2004
European
Defence
Agency
 Permanent
President
of the Treaty
European
Council made include:
 2009
- (December)
Lisbon
/provisions




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



HR
of the Union
for theof
CFSP
supported Council
by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Permanent
President
the European
Wider
Mission
Spectrum
HR of CSDP
the Union
for the
CFSP supported by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Mutual
Assistance
Clause
Wider CSDP Mission Spectrum
Permanent
Structured
Co-operation
Mutual Assistance
Clause
Solidarity
Clause
(relatesCo-operation
to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Permanent
Structured

Solidarity Clause (relates to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Towards a Common European Security and Defence Culture
Cold
War
WEU
EU
Amsterdam
Treaty
Implementation
EU
Lisbon
Treaty
Implementation







1948
1948--Brussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty- -WEU
WEU
1949
Treaty
- NATO
1949--Washington
Washington
Treaty
- NATO
1950
Community
1950--European
EuropeanDefence
Defence
Community
1954
byby
FRFR
National
Assembly
1954--…
…rejected
rejected
National
Assembly
1954
(GE
/ IT)
1954--modified
modifiedBrussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty
(GE
/ IT)
1970
1970--European
EuropeanPolicy
PolicyCo-ordination
Co-ordination
the
in NATO
the 80‘s
80‘s -- ‘EUROGROUPS’
more discussions
on European security




1990 - Maastricht Treaty (long-term objective: Common European Defence)
1992 - Petersberg / Revitalisation of WEU
1996 - NATO Berlin / Brussels - ESDI
1997 - Amsterdam Treaty
(High Representative/Policy Unit / Petersberg Missions)



1998 - FR / UK Summit in St. Malo
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2003 - Nice Treaty / enhanced role of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
management tasks into the EU
2004 - European Defence Agency
2009 - (December) Lisbon Treaty /provisions made include:








Permanent President of the European Council
HR of the Union for the CFSP supported by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Wider CSDP Mission Spectrum
Mutual Assistance Clause
Permanent Structured Co-operation
Solidarity Clause (relates to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Towards a Common European Security and Defence Culture
Cold
War
WEU
EU
Amsterdam
Treaty
Implementation
EU
Lisbon
Treaty
Implementation











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1948
1948--Brussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty- -WEU
WEU
1949
Treaty
- NATO
1949--Washington
Washington
Treaty
- NATO
1950
Community
1950--European
EuropeanDefence
Defence
Community
1954
byby
FRFR
National
Assembly
1954--…
…rejected
rejected
National
Assembly
1954
(GE
/ IT)
1954--modified
modifiedBrussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty
(GE
/ IT)
1970
1970--European
EuropeanPolicy
PolicyCo-ordination
Co-ordination
the
in NATO
the 80‘s
80‘s -- ‘EUROGROUPS’
more discussions
on European security
1990 - Maastricht Treaty (long-term objective: Common European Defence)
1992
of WEU
1990--Petersberg
Maastricht/ Revitalisation
Treaty (long-term
objective: Common European Defence)
1996
Berlin //Brussels
- ESDI of WEU
1992--NATO
Petersberg
Revitalisation
1997
Treaty
(High Representative
/ Petersberg Missions)
1996--Amsterdam
NATO Berlin
/ Brussels
- ESDI
1997 - Amsterdam Treaty
(High Representative/Policy Unit / Petersberg Missions)



1998 - FR / UK Summit in St. Malo
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2003 - Nice Treaty / enhanced role of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
management tasks into the EU
2004 - European Defence Agency
2009 - (December) Lisbon Treaty /provisions made include:








Permanent President of the European Council
HR of the Union for the CFSP supported by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Wider CSDP Mission Spectrum
Mutual Assistance Clause
Permanent Structured Co-operation
Solidarity Clause (relates to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Towards a Common European Security and Defence Culture
Cold
War
WEU
EU
Amsterdam
Treaty
Implementation
EU
Lisbon
Treaty
Implementation





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1948
1948--Brussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty- -WEU
WEU
1949
Treaty
- NATO
1949--Washington
Washington
Treaty
- NATO
1950
Community
1950--European
EuropeanDefence
Defence
Community
1954
byby
FRFR
National
Assembly
1954--…
…rejected
rejected
National
Assembly
1954
(GE
/ IT)
1954--modified
modifiedBrussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty
(GE
/ IT)
1970
1970--European
EuropeanPolicy
PolicyCo-ordination
Co-ordination
the
in NATO
the 80‘s
80‘s -- ‘EUROGROUPS’
more discussions
on European security
1990 - Maastricht Treaty (long-term objective: Common European Defence)
1992
of WEU
1990--Petersberg
Maastricht/ Revitalisation
Treaty (long-term
objective: Common European Defence)
1996
Berlin //Brussels
- ESDI of WEU
1992--NATO
Petersberg
Revitalisation
1997
Treaty
(High Representative
/ Petersberg Missions)
1996--Amsterdam
NATO Berlin
/ Brussels
- ESDI
1997 - Amsterdam Treaty
1998 - FR(High
/ UK Summit
in St. Malo
Representative/Policy
Unit / Petersberg Missions)
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2003
/ enhanced
of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
1998--Nice
FR /Treaty
UK Summit
in St.role
Malo
management
tasks
into
the
EU
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2004
Security
Strategy
2003--European
Nice Treaty
/ enhanced
role of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
management tasks into the EU
2004 - European Defence Agency
2009 - (December) Lisbon Treaty /provisions made include:






Permanent President of the European Council
HR of the Union for the CFSP supported by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Wider CSDP Mission Spectrum
Mutual Assistance Clause
Permanent Structured Co-operation
Solidarity Clause (relates to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Structures in the field of CFSP/CSDP - Illustration
European Council
General Affairs/Foreign Relations Council
(including Defence Ministers)
Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER)
High Representative
for the Common Foreign and
Security Policy/CFSP
Relevant services
of the
Council Secretariat
policy-making body
supporting/advisory body
Political and Security Committee
(PSC)
CIVCOM
Committee for
Civilian
Aspects of
Crisis
Management
PMG
EUMC
EU Military
Committee
PoliticoMilitary
Group
EUMCWG
(Working
Group)
Towards a Common European Security and Defence Culture
Cold
War
WEU
EU
Amsterdam
Treaty
Implementation
EU
Lisbon
Treaty
Implementation













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
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1948
1948--Brussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty- -WEU
WEU
1949
Treaty
- NATO
1949--Washington
Washington
Treaty
- NATO
1950
Community
1950--European
EuropeanDefence
Defence
Community
1954
byby
FRFR
National
Assembly
1954--…
…rejected
rejected
National
Assembly
1954
(GE
/ IT)
1954--modified
modifiedBrussels
BrusselsTreaty
Treaty
(GE
/ IT)
1970
1970--European
EuropeanPolicy
PolicyCo-ordination
Co-ordination
the
in NATO
the 80‘s
80‘s -- ‘EUROGROUPS’
more discussions
on European security
1990 - Maastricht Treaty (long-term objective: Common European Defence)
1992
of WEU
1990--Petersberg
Maastricht/ Revitalisation
Treaty (long-term
objective: Common European Defence)
1996
Berlin //Brussels
- ESDI of WEU
1992--NATO
Petersberg
Revitalisation
1997
Treaty
(High Representative
/ Petersberg Missions)
1996--Amsterdam
NATO Berlin
/ Brussels
- ESDI
1997 - Amsterdam Treaty
1998 - FR(High
/ UK Summit
in St. Malo
Representative/Policy
Unit / Petersberg Missions)
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2003
/ enhanced
of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
1998--Nice
FR /Treaty
UK Summit
in St.role
Malo
management
tasks
into
the
EU
1999 – CFSP/CSDP development under the EU / J. Solana takes office
2003
Security
Strategy
2003--European
Nice Treaty
/ enhanced
role of PSC / integrating the WEU’s crisis
management tasks into the EU
2009
Lisbon Treaty
/provisions made include:
2004--(December)
European Defence
Agency
 Permanent
President
of the Treaty
European
Council made include:
2009
- (December)
Lisbon
/provisions










HR
of the Union
for theof
CFSP
supported Council
by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Permanent
President
the European
Wider
Mission
Spectrum
HR of CSDP
the Union
for the
CFSP supported by the EEAS (“EU Foreign Minister”)
Mutual
Assistance
Clause
Wider CSDP Mission Spectrum
Permanent
Structured
Co-operation
Mutual Assistance
Clause
Solidarity
Clause
(relatesCo-operation
to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Permanent
Structured

Solidarity Clause (relates to the prevention of terrorist threats)
Structures in the field of CFSP/CSDP - Illustration
Ch
ai
r
European Council
Foreign Affairs Council
(including Defence Ministers)
Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER)
High Representative of the Union for
Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
and ViceVice-President of the European
Commission (HR/VP)
European
External
Action Service
(EEAS)
includes i.a.:
CMPD, CPCC
EUMS and
SITCEN
Relevant
services
in the
Commission
Relevant
services
of the
Council
Secretariat
policy-making body
supporting/advisory body
Political and Security Committee
(PSC)
CIVCOM
Committee for
Civilian
Aspects of
Crisis
Management
PMG
EUMC
EU Military
Committee
PoliticoMilitary
Group
EUMCWG
(Working
Group)
Lisbon Treaty Changes to Internal Structures in the field of CFSP/CSDP
European Commission
Commissioner for
External Relations
(Ferrero-Waldner)
High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs
and Security
Policy and
Vice-President
of the for the
Secretary
General
/High Representative
Foreign
and Security
Policy (Solana)
European Common
Commission
(HR/VP)
(Ashton)
Policy
Unit
DG RELEX
DG E
Situation
Centre
Country / Regional
EUMS
Country / Regional
Country /
Regional
Thematic
Commission Delegations
Thematic
Crisis Room
Thematic
Crisis Management
and Planning
Directorate (CMPD)
European External Action Service (EEAS)
Geographical desks
covering all
countries in
the world
The Unions delegations
Thematic desks
covering inter alia human
rights, gender, nonProliferation issues,
Relations with UN etc
Administration
CMPD - Crisis
Management and
Planning Directorate
EUMS –
EU Military Staff
SITCEN /
CRISIS ROOM
….
Ops Centre
Civilian
Planning
and Conduct
Capability
(CPCC)
CPCC - Civilian
Planning and
Conduct Capability
Hans-Bernhard Weisserth, ESDC
European External Action Service - EEAS
- illustration of the structure -
High Representative / Vice President
Strategic Communication
Administration / Security /
Communications
Senior Management
Executive Secretary
General
Chief Operating
Officer
Deputy Secretary
General
Deputy Secretary
General
Chair of Political and
Security Committee
(PSC)
Crisis Management
Structures
Managing Director
Crisis Response
Intelligence Analysis Centre
Geographical and thematic teams
Asia and the
Pacific
Africa
Europe and
Central Asia
North Africa,
Middle East,
Arabian Peninsula,
Iran and Iraq
Americas
Global and
Multilateral Issues
Crisis Management and Planning Directorate - CMPD
- Illustration of the Structure as at March 2012 -
DIRECTOR
SENIOR MILITARY
ADVISOR
COORDINATION
CAPABILITIES, CONCEPTS,
TRAINING AND
EXERCISES
DIVISION
EUROPEAN SECURITY
AND DEFENCE
COLLEGE (ESDC)
INTEGRATED
STRATEGIC
PLANNING
DIVISION
CSDP POLICY,
PARTNERSHIPS
AND AGREEMENTS
DIVISION
Civilian Planning and Conduct Capability - CPCC
- illustration of the structure as at March 2012 -
CIVILIAN OPERATION COMMANDER
SECRETARIAT /
SUPPORT
CHIEF OF STAFF /
DEPUTY COMMANDER
MISSION SUPPORT
DIVISION
PROCUREMENT
FINANCE &
LOGISITICS
HUMAN
RESOURCES
PLANNING /
METHODOLOGY
SECTION
COORDINATION, RESOURCES,
MISSIONS SECURITY
CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS
DIVISION
EUROPE
AFRICA /
NEAR
EAST
ASIA /
MIDDLE
EAST
ESDC - Objectives
 enhance the European security culture
within the CSDP
 to promote a better understanding of CSDP
as part of the CFSP among civilian and
military personnel
 to provide EU instances and Member States
with knowledgeable people familiar with
EU policies, institutions and procedures and
able to work efficiently on all CSDP matters
 help to promote professional relations and
contacts among training participants
Current characteristics of a
European security culture
• Petersberg Tasks
• protection of human rights and the
promotion of law
• humanitarian agenda (most missions)
• civil-military co-operation
• comprehensive approach (Diplomacy,
Development, Defence/Security)
ESDC Training Concept
Training Audiences
ESDC Training Activities
High-Ranking Staff and
Decision-Makers
Senior Staff Level
CSDP High-Level Seminar
Alumni
Seminar
s
CSDP High-Level
Course
Specialist and
Expert Level
Courses for i.a. PPI
Staff, LEGAD, POLAD,
SSR and others
General (mid rank)
Working Level
OC open to
International
Audiences
OC for National
Audiences
ESDP Courses for Specialised
Staff and Experts
ESDP Orientation Courses /
Common CSDP Modules
OC-type course with focus on thematic,
regional or horizontal issues
ESDP Training delivered by Member States (for nationals only, open to participation of
other nationals)
Training material and IDL system support
for all training levels, organised and co-ordinated
through the ESDC
IDL
Support
Current ESDC Training Activities
Basic training activities
•
CSDP High Level Course (annual course with 4 modules)
•
CSDP Orientation Course (4-5 courses per year/~ one week)
Specialised training activities
•
CSDP Course for PPI staff (1 to 2 courses per year/2 days)
•
CSDP and Africa (3 days)
•
CSDP High Level Seminar (2 days)
•
Common CSDP Module (one week/ “European Initiative inspired by Erasmus”)
•
CSDP Train-the-trainer Seminar (2 days)
•
EU Basic Course on Security Sector Reform (3 days)
•
EU Core Course on Security Sector Reform (10 days)
•
CSDP Mission Planning Procedures Course (3 days / two courses per year)
•
Course on EU Capability Development (3 days)
•
CMCO – Civil Military Co-ordination in CSDP Missions and Operations (10 days)
•
International Law for EU Military Legal Advisor (annual course with 3 modules)
•
Peace Building Course (Pilot Project September 2010)
•
Course on Non-Proliferation for senior officials
•
Civilian Crisis Management Course
•
Advanced Course for Senior Political Advisors working in the wider context of CSDP
•
Training of Trainers for EU SSR in Support of Training for the EU SSR Pool of Experts
•
Comprehensive Approach to Gender in Missions and Operations
New Projects
•
CSDP Senior Mission Leader Course (2 weeks)
•
European Armaments Co-operation Training (Awareness Course and Experts Course)
Other ESDC activities
•
Annual Networking Conference on Training in the field of CSDP
•
Alumni Events (former course participants)
Executive Academic Board
list of training actors involved in ESDC activities (spring 2012)
Civilian institutes/actors
Defence institutes/actors
Royal Higher Defence Institute Brussels
Post Conflict Ops Study Centre Torino
PT National Delegation in Brussels
Egmont Institute Int. Relations Brussels
CASD Rome
National Defence Institute Lisbon
Royal Military Academy Brussels
Ministry of Defence Nicosia
National Defence University Bucharest
Diplomatic Institute Sofia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Riga
National Defence College Bucharest
National Defence Academy Sofia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vilnius
Ministry of Defence Ljubljana
University of Defence Brno
LUX National Delegation in Brussels
Command and Staff School Begunje G.
Federal College Security Studies Berlin
National Defence University Budapest
SK Armed Forces Academy
Centre Internat. Peace Operations Berlin
National Defence College Breda
National Defence College Helsinki
Baltic Defence College Tartu
Netherlands Defence Academy The Hague
Crisis Management Centre Helsinki
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tallinn
National Defence Academy Vienna
National Defence College Stockholm
Hellenic Defence College
ASPR Stadt Schlaining
Folke Bernadotte Academy Sandö
Diplomatic Academy Athens
Ministry of Defence Vienna
National Defence Academy Shrivenham
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Athens
AIES Vienna
Foreign Commonwealth Office London
CESEDEN Madrid
Austrian National Delegation Brussels
EU Institute for Security Studies Paris
IHEDN Paris
National Defence University Warsaw
European Police College Bramshill/UK
FR National Delegation in Brussels
Polish Institute for Int. Affairs Warsaw
College of Home Affairs Bucharest
Irish National Delegation in Brussels
Academy of National Defence Warsaw
Geneva Centre for Security Policy/GCSP
Three-tier Structure established for the
functioning of the ESDC
as a network college
Steering Committee
 overall guidance and
co-ordination
 representatives of the
Member States
 convenes in Brussels
Executive Academic
Board (EAB)
 implements training
 ensures quality and
coherence of training
 representatives of the
network institutes
Permanent Secretariat
(currently within EEAS/CMPD)
 runs the network
 assists the Steering
Committee and the EAB
 supports conduct of
training activities
 supports conceptual
work
Co-operation between the Executive Academic
Board and the EU Crisis Management Structures
EAB Curricula Review
and Revision
(early spring)
EAB Yearly
Basic Evaluation
EAB Programming
next Academic Year
(before summer break)
(autumn)
EU Crisis Management
Structures
New policies and concepts
Lessons learnt from missions
and operations
Conduct of Training
And Evaluation
(permanent)
ESDC Network Institutes
And ESDC Secretariat
Three-tier Structure established for the
functioning of the ESDC
as a network college
Steering Committee
 overall guidance and
co-ordination
 representatives of the
Member States
 convenes in Brussels
Executive Academic
Board (EAB)
 implements training
 ensures quality and
coherence of training
 representatives of the
network institutes
Security Sector Report
(EU Pool of SSR Experts)
Project-orientated
configurations of
the Board
Implementation Group
« Erasmus Militaire »
Internet-Based Distance
Learning (IDL) System
Permanent Secretariat
(currently within EEAS/CMPD)
 runs the network
 assists the Steering
Committee and the EAB
 supports conduct of
training activities
 supports conceptual
work
EAB / Implementation Group “Erasmus Militaire”
In order to support the European Initiative for the Exchange of Young Officers
inspired by Erasmus, the Implementation Group (IG) has been established as
a specific configuration of the Executive Academic Board
Executive Academic
Board (EAB)
 implements training
 ensures quality and
coherence of training
 representatives of the
network institutes
Security Sector Report
Project-orientated
configurations of
the Board
(EU Pool of SSR Experts)
Implementation Group
« Erasmus Militaire »
Internet-Based Distance
Learning (IDL) System
Measures at European and
national level to enhance
the exchanges during the
basic training of young
European officers, i.a.
information on exchange
opportunities, stocktaking
report, compendium and
newsletter – future:
development of an IT platform
common modules on CSDP
and international issues
recognition of training done at
institutes of other Member
States
ESDC Secretariat - working relations
Permanent Secretariat
(closely linked up with EEAS/CMPD)
runs the network
assists the Steering
Committee and the EAB
Supports conceptual
work
supports Brussels-based
training activities
Head
Hans-Bernhard Weisserth (EEAS/CMPD)
Secretary
From EEAS
Training Managers
Seconded National Police Expert
Seconded National Military Expert
Seconded National Civilian Expert
IDL Course and Content Manager
Seconded National Expert
… closely linked with and / or can rely on …..
National Network
Institutes
Points of contact
Chairpersons EAB
Course Directors
Faculty members
Other support
Relevant EU Institutions and Agencies
EEAS/CMPD (including offices)
Other Services within the EEAS
Services within the EP and Commission
EU Institute for Security Studies in Paris
European Defence Agency
EU Satellite Centre
External Training
Actors
GCSP Geneva
DCAF Geneva
NDC Rome
internat. organisations
third states institutes
Current Obstacles
• still existing national strategic cultures and
national defence strategies of soon more
than 27 Member States
• conflicting interests (e.g. Lybia case)
• often lack of political will
• lack of confidence
• decision making at 27
• still diverging view as regards further
defence integration and a future European
Common Defence (TEU)
What to do?
• stronger commitment to invest in
capabilities (civilian and military)
• political will to assume more
responsibility in the field of security
• more and closer co-operation and
integration in defence field
• with different speed
Forum Reichenau 2012
HANS-BERNHARD WEISSERTH
Head of the ESDC
Towards a
Common
European
Security and
Defence
Culture
Cold War
NATO Strategy
to defend Europe
Collective Defence
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