Tuesday 15 June 2010


SDA Roundtable Report
Does Europe need “Homeland Security”?

In May 2010 the Security & Defence Agenda organised a roundtable entitled Does Europe need “Homeland Security”? The discussions focused on both the general question as well as the more specific case of Critical Infrastructure Protection in Europe.  

Monday, June 14, 2010
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The new global security landscape: 10 Recommendations from the 2010 Security Jam

Leading think-tanks got together with the SDA to organise a 5-day online brainstorm that was supported by NATO and the EU, as a contribution to their effort to involve a wider audience in the current strategic rethink. The recommendations that came up during the brainstorming event have been sent to, and closely studied by, both institutions’ reflection groups.

This report offers an independent analysis of the Security Jam for which only the authors and the SDA can take full responsibility. The views expressed in this report by individuals are personal opinions and not necessarily the views of the organisation they represent, nor of the Security & Defence Agenda, its members or partners.


Thursday, May 06, 2010
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Cyber Security: A Transatlantic Perspective


In March 2010 The Security & Defence Agenda, in partnership with McAfee, held an evening debate entitled, “Cyber Security: A Transatlantic Perspective”, attended by over 200 participants. Experts from NATO, McAfee, the EU, the European Parliament and thinks tanks spoke in the sometimes heated debate on so-called weapons of mass disruption.


Monday, March 22, 2010
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Conflict Prevention and Resolution: the Role of Cultural Relations

  On March 2nd, NATO, the Security & Defence Agenda and the British Council welcomed over 250 participants to the international conference “Conflict Prevention and Resolution: the Role of Cultural Relations”. This event brought together speakers from NATO, the EU, the British Council, and a variety of NGOs and cultural organisations. Three sessions focused on the pertinence of cultural awareness for both civilian and military personnel working in conflict areas, case studies from Afghanistan, Africa and the Balkans as well as the perspective of integrating culture in NATO’s comprehensive approach. The SDA is pleased to present the main findings of the Conference in the report.

Tuesday, March 02, 2010
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