Advanced Training in Geopolitics & International Relations - Globalization and Collective Security
OCP Policy Center, Rabat.
This course will examine:
• Globalization and its security implications for individual states, international order etc., also: The state as actor in International relations;
• Interrelated concepts of collective Security, collective defense, cooperative security, crisis reaction;
• The United Nations system under pressure to reform;
• EU and NATO as regional security organizations with a global outlook;
• Arab and African organizations in globalized security policy.
A sophisticated understanding of the current global environment and the bilateral and multilateral security mechanisms and dynamics.Keep me informed
Henning Riecke has been head of the DGAP›s Transatlantic Relations program since January 2009. He joined the DGAP in 2000 as a program officer responsible for the study groups on “Strategic Issues,” “European Policy,” and “Future Global Issues.” Before joining the research institute, he was a Thyssen Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, where he worked on a project on US small arms and light weapons policy. Between 1994 and 1999, he held several positions at the Center for Transatlantic Foreign and Security Policy Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin. In 1995, he spent five months as visiting fellow at the Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard›s Kennedy School of Government.