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  • 1. Partnership for Peace Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes Senior Advisory Council Meeting Zurich 27 Jan 2010
  • 2. In memoriam, Dr. Olga Danylova, Mr. Anton Tkach, ADL WG members from Ukraine
  • 3. Opening Remarks Dr. James MacDougall Chairman
  • 4. Agenda
    • Program and Budget Overview
    • Publications Program
    • Annual Conference
    • New Rotating Member of SAC
    • Outlook to FY 2011 and Beyond
    • Other Business
  • 5. Program and Budget Overview
  • 6. Program
    • SAC-assigned goals
      • Promote Defense Institution Building through defense education enhancement
      • Sustain Regional Stability through multinational education and research
    • Supported through:
      • Working/Study Group programs
      • Publications
      • Annual Conference
      • Web Portal
  • 7. Education Development Working Group ED WG Mr. John Berry, Interim Chairman USA
  • 8. Education Development Working Group
    • Three interconnected pillars
      • How to Teach – learning methodologies
      • What to Teach – curriculum development
      • Direct Consultations – tailored for each country
        • Defense Education Enhancement Programs (DEEP)
    • Terms of Reference 2009
        • Mission, objectives, organization, operating guidance
  • 9. ED WG Leadership
    • Interim Chair – John Berry, U.S. National Defense University
    • Co-chair – Open
    • Team Leads for each pillar
      • Learning Methodologies:
        • Dr. Kathaleen Reid-Martinez, Azusa Pacific University
      • Curriculum Development
        • Dr. David Emelifeonwu, Canadian Defence Academy
      • DEEP
        • Dr. Jim Keagle, U.S. National Defense University
  • 10. Learning Methodologies
    • Multinational Seminars for Partner Educators
      • “ Defense Educators’ Program”
      • Accomplished
        • 3 rd annual hosted by Albania in June 2009
          • Influenced 26 educators from 13 countries
        • Some participants become facilitators
      • Planned
        • 4 th annual to be hosted by Slovenia in June 2010
      • Exposes common challenges
  • 11. Curriculum Development Accomplishments
    • Defense Institution Building Reference Curriculum
      • Published June 2008
      • First ever “NATO” curriculum—widely distributed by NATO
        • English, Russian, French
      • Tested with live audiences in Black Sea region and Kazakhstan; part of dialogue with other partners
      • Discussions planned with KZ, Moldova on specific chapters
  • 12. Curriculum Development Plans
    • Professional Military Education Reference Curriculum
      • Requested by NATO
      • In production, expected completion 2011
      • Canadian lead, multinational team, with Partners
      • Levels
        • Precommissioning
        • Junior Officer
        • Command and Staff
  • 13. DEEP Process
    • IPAP or bilateral request initiates
      • Initial peer review visit to validate partner needs
      • Multinational team with 2 co-leads
        • NATO I.S. opens door politically
        • ED WG educator is academic co-lead
      • Negotiate phased action plan
        • Every country is different
          • Demand-driven but guided by Western standards
        • PfPC takes a part of overall NATO plan
      • Recruitment of experts
        • Informal, through lateral contacts
        • Formal, through NATO request to nations
  • 14. DEEP Teams
    • Kazakhstan
      • Dr. Al Stolberg, US Army War College
        • Launched Dec 07
          • Status: well developed
      • Accomplished
        • Learning Methods
          • Educator Workshop for Kazakh NDU Faculty
            • Mar and Oct 2009
            • Concentrated exposure to entire faculty
        • Curriculum Development Workshops
          • United States National Security Strategy (what it is and how strategy is formulated) Sep 08
          • United States Government Views on Security Issues in Central Asia Sep 08
          • Workshop on Threats to Security in the 21st Century Sep 08
          • Visit of Romanian and NATO logistics experts to KZ NDU for logistics curriculum development (facilitated by NATO) May 09
          • Peacekeeping and stability operations Jun 09
          • Partnership Action Plan for Defense Institution Building (PAP-DIB) Reference Curriculum Sep 09
  • 15. DEEP Teams
    • Kazakhstan DEEP
      • Planned Activities
        • Curriculum development consultations
          • Western views on teaching defense economics and budgeting, TBD 2010
          • Western methods on teaching local war/small war in 21st century, Mar 2010
          • Western methods on teaching leadership theory, May 2010
          • Operational art case studies from a Western perspective in the 1918-1998 timeframe (to be provided by NATO)
        • KZ NDU leadership to visit Army War College and Marshall Center to view teaching methods Mar 2010
        • PfPC Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Working Group delegation visits KZ NDU to present methods of initiating a domestic ADL program Apr 2010
        • KZ NDU educators visit Romanian defense education institution to observe teaching of maintenance management (to be provided by NATO)
  • 16. KZ DEEP Measures of Effectiveness
    • Strategy formulation curriculum provided during Sep 08 event to be used in future curricula
    • Much of the KZ NDU faculty has adopted new teaching methods presented during the educator workshops
    • KZ NDU logistics department has created a new topic in the curriculum “Logistics Systems for Coalition Forces during Military Conflicts in the Persian Gulf and Balkans.”
      • KZ NDU intends to maintain a long-term relationship with the Romanian NDU
  • 17. DEEP Teams
    • Georgia
      • Dr. Jim Keagle, US National Defense University
      • Launched Sep 08 by NATO
        • Status: formative
      • Highlights of NATO action plan
        • Doctrine/defense planning; Joint Command and General Staff College; command and control course; air defense and land force integration; lessons learned; personnel management; logistics
      • PfPC Focus Areas:
        • Defense plans and policy
        • Joint logistics
        • Joint Command and General Staff College
        • Command and control course
  • 18. DEEP Teams
    • Armenia
      • Dr. Jim Barrett, Canadian Defense Academy
      • Launched Sep 08 by NATO
        • Status: formative
      • Highlights of NATO action plan
        • Doctrine for education and training; command and staff course; increased use of civilian universities
      • PfPC focus area: increased use of civilian universities
        • Visit by Dr. Gleason, GCMC, Dec 09
  • 19. DEEP Teams
    • Moldova
      • Prof Jef Troxell, US Army War College
      • Launched Jan 09 by NATO
        • Status: formative
      • Highlights of NATO action plan
        • Doctrine for education and training; basic cadet course; senior officer course
      • PfPC focus area: under development
  • 20. DEEP Teams
    • Azerbaijan
      • Dr. Jim Keagle, US NDU
      • Launched by NATO Sep 08
        • Status: formative
      • Highlights of NATO action plan: Defense planning and strategic issues course to complement Strategic Defense Review; teaching/learning methodologies; English as a second language
      • PfPC focus area: defense planning and strategic issues course
        • Visit by Naval War College and NATO team 18-19 Jan 2010
  • 21. Combating Terrorism Working Group CT WG Dr. Jay Le Beau, Chairman USA
  • 22. CT WG Method
    • Identifies current terrorism theme each year
    • Conducts research over FY, meeting twice
    • Produces findings and recommendations
      • Offers multinational, including Partner, perspectives
  • 23. Themes Studied in Recent Years
    • Jihadist terrorist recruitment in Europe 2007
    • Intelligence cooperation against terrorism 2008
    • Terrorism and the Internet 2009
  • 24. CT WG Theme for 2010
    • Homegrown terrorism and jihadist self-radicalization
  • 25. Regional Stability in Southeast Europe Study Group RSSEE SG Co-chairs Mr. Predrag Jurekovic Dr. Plamen Pantev Dr. Mladen Stanicic Bulgaria Croatia Austria
  • 26. RSSEE SG Method
    • Chairmen identify current regional policy themes
    • SG organizes a single event to discuss theme
    • SG produces publication and policy paper
  • 27. RSSEE SG 2009 Themes
    • 2009 – Bosnia’s Year? The Challenge of Reaching Self-Sustainability in a Post-War Environment
    • Desecuritisation through Integration: A State Functionality Perspective
  • 28. RSSEE SG 2010 Themes
    • 15 Years of Peace-Building Activities in the Western Balkans – Lessons Learned and Challenges
      • Reichenau, Austria, 23-26 Apr, 2010
    • Sarajevo, 24-27 Sep, 2010, theme TBD
      • In collaboration with Bosnia NGO, Center for Security Studies
  • 29. Security Sector Reform Working Group SSR WG Ms. Anja Ebnoether, Chairwoman Switzerland
  • 30. SSR WG
    • Gender and SSR, 18-19 Feb 2010, Geneva
    • Why?
      • Human security complementary to state security
        • Increase effectiveness of security measures by taking into account perspectives of men and women on local security issues affecting them, especially in segregated societies
        • Prevent gender-based violence which can lead to vendettas and undermine confidence in security sector
        • Show an example of respect for human rights and inculcate it (role model)
        • Include women in security forces--recruitment, training, promotion, retention
          • Provides job opportunities, encourages education, increases security
      • Sep 09 NATO Directive on integrating UNSCR 1325 and gender perspectives in the NATO command structure including measures for protection during armed conflict
        • 2010 is the UN year on gender
  • 31. Gender and SSR Event
    • 18-19 Feb 2010, Geneva
    • Planned Highlights
      • Key principles, strategies and methodologies
      • Why education and training (capacity building) is crucial to ensure inclusive and sustainable SSR processes
      • Gender perspective in NATO operations
      • Where NATO stands in promoting gender and SSR
      • Other initiatives – synergies?
  • 32. Advanced Distributed Learning Working Group ADL WG Mr. Reto Schilliger, Chairman Switzerland
  • 33. ADL WG Method
    • Workshops
      • Software familiarization
      • Course production and maintenance issues
      • Future developments presentations
    • Assist Partner nations to establish ADL
      • Low-cost writing and learning software for Partners
      • National “ADL day” during workshops
  • 34. ADL WG Developments
    • User accounts grew 50% in 18 months
      • 30,000 users on main server
    • >20 Cooperative Development Teams since 1999 produced 720 learning hours
      • $14-20 million value, provided free of charge
  • 35. ADL WG Program
    • Accomplished in FY 2009
      • New version of PAP-DIB course
      • New version of ELTEC course
      • New course on procurement (NATO)
      • Update of Introduction to NATO course
        • Mandatory at NATO Defense College
      • Workshop in Kiev May 09
      • Workshop in Oberammergau Nov 09—10 th anniversary
    • Planned in FY 2010
      • ADL assistance visit to KZ NDU Apr 2010
      • Workshop in Chisinau May 2010
      • Workshop in Estonia Oct 2010
      • Cultural awareness course
  • 36. Regional Stability in the Greater Black Sea Working Group RSGBSA WG Major General (ret) Dr. Mihail Ionescu, Chairman Romania
  • 37. RSGBSA WG Program
    • Seminars delivered by “Mobile Contact Teams” (MCT)
    • Four cluster areas of regional interest
      • Crisis Management--2008
        • Romanian National Defense University “Carol I”
      • Defense Institution Building (DIB)--2009
        • Bulgarian National Defense and Staff College “Rakovski”
      • Human Resources Management--2010
        • George C. Marshall Center
      • Transnational Security Challenges—2011 (tentative)
        • Awaiting possible commitment from Turkey
  • 38. RSGBSA 2009
    • DIB Seminar Bulgaria May 09
      • Multinational, all GBSA except Russia attended
      • Hosted by Rakovski Defense and Staff College
      • Guest speakers from ED WG introduced PAP-DIB Reference Curriculum
    • Civil Emergency Planning and Consequence Management Seminar Azerbaijan Sep 09
      • First single-nation MCT
      • Hosted by NATO International School of Azerbaijan
      • Used modified curriculum developed by Romania
      • Good internal interagency discussion
  • 39. RSGBSA 2010
    • Crisis Management Seminar
      • May 2010
      • Single nation event
      • Hosted by NIISP, subordinate to National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine
      • Developed by Romania
  • 40. RSGBSA 2010
    • Human Resources Management Seminar
      • September, 2010
      • Multinational event
      • Hosted by Moldovan MOD
      • Developed by Marshall Center (CDR Hildenbrand)
  • 41. RSGBSA 2010
    • Black Sea Defense Course/College
      • Exploring need and regional interest
      • Possible outgrowth of MCT program
      • Romania to host discussion Mar 2010
    • Annual planning workshop
      • Reichenau, Austria, 5-8 Nov 2010
  • 42. Budget Overview
  • 43. Budget FY 2009
    • Review of FY 2009
      • 31 events, 5 publications
      • $750,000
      • In-kind contributions
        • Conference facilities
          • $16,000
        • Professional time/travel
          • $1,300,000
  • 44. Budget FY 2010
    • FY 2010 Program
      • ~50 events and 5 publications
      • Total expected outlay ~$1,000,000
        • WIF $760,000
        • GCMC $130,000
        • Others TBD
      • 60% increase in events, mainly due to DEEP
  • 45. Publications/Editorial Board Mr. Sean Costigan, Chairman USA
  • 46. Connections – a PfPC Flagship
    • 10-year old quarterly journal
    • 800 copies printed per issue, delivered free of charge to institutions throughout the PfPC region
    • Edited in the United States and Germany, printed in and shipped from Bulgaria
    • Editorial Board comprised of 13 members from: Bulgaria, Canada, Germany, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Poland, United Kingdom, United States
    • Historical synergies with Combating Terrorism WG, Regional Stability in SE Europe SG, ad hoc Marshall Center conferences
    • Syndication of Connections on the International Relations and Security Network, Columbia International Affairs Online, and Military Education Research Library Network.
  • 47. Editorial Board Meeting, Aug 09
    • Annual meeting gathering nearly all editorial board members
    • Numerous administrative and strategic concerns, particularly those regarding the present state of the journal, the website and our prospects for widening its reach
    • New member elected, CAPT Dr. Piotr Gawliczek, National Defence University, Poland
    • Core topics
      • Discussions of partnerships with indexers
      • Website changes and growth strategies
  • 48. Russian Language Publication
    • Unanimous agreement by Editorial Board that cutting  Russian publication was premature
    • Suggest to SAC a closely monitored one-year trial of online-only Russian publication, after which will reassess and, potentially, consider paper version.
    • Estimated extra cost per year (4 issues)
      • $40,000 for translation and copy editing in Russian
        • Note: printing and shipping would cost additional $12,000
  • 49. Website
    • Core efforts
      • Opening PfPC endeavors, including publications, to the world through search engines
      • Improving mission critical metrics
    • PfPC to be upgraded to RIO 3.0, pending further development of RIO 3.1
    • 700 average monthly article downloads in 2009
  • 50. FY10 Themes for Connections
    • Building Integrity and Reducing Corruption in Defense
    • Civil-Military Relations
    • Emergency Preparedness/Consequence Management
    • Energy and Environmental Security
    • Foreign Policy Decision Making
    • Democratic Control of Armed Forces 
    • South Caucasus Regional Stability
    • Professional Defense Education
    • Strategic Culture and Defense Decision-Making
    • Terrorism
  • 51. FY 11 Proposed Themes
    • Cyber deterrence and Cyber warfare
    • Environmental Security: Sources of Cooperation and Conflict
    • Crisis Management/Disaster Response: Lessons Learned for Interoperability
    • Security, Stability, and Reconstruction Operations
    • Civil-military Relations in Transformation and Expeditionary Operations
    • Integration of Euro-Atlantic Norms and Values
    • Innovative Approaches to Defense Education
    • Dealing with Armed Non-State Groups
  • 52. Annual Conference
  • 53. Annual Conference
    • Date: Thur-Fri, June 17-18, 2010
    • Place: Warsaw, Poland, hotel TBD
    • Participants: 150 (55 WIF-funded)
      • By invitation only
    • Co-Host : Polish National Defence University
  • 54. Budget
    • $150,000 WIF
      • Spending categories:
        • Partner travel
        • Staff travel
        • Speaker travel
        • Conference facilities
        • Interpretation
        • 3 rapporteurs from West Point
        • Publication of Conference Proceedings
  • 55. Theme Proposals
    • Overall theme:
      • Option 1: Leveraging Networks to Enhance Defense Education and Build Partner Capacity (APPROVED BY SAC)
      • Option 2: Leveraging Networks to Enhance Defense Education and Foster Stability
    • Sub-themes
      • Sub-theme 1: Building capacity to achieve a holistic view of professional defense and military education
      • Sub-theme 2: Governance, leadership and ethics
      • Sub-theme 3:
        • Option A: Challenges and rewards of modern learning methods in Partner militaries
        • Option B: Confronting violent non-state actors: best practices and challenges (Tentatively approved by SAC pending consultation with national authorities of members by 27 Feb 10)
  • 56. Format Proposal
    • 16 Jun
      • Arrivals, self-pay icebreaker at bar
    • 17 Jun
      • A.M.
        • Keynote speaker
        • Panel moderators introduce sub-themes
        • Consortium update and intro to marketplace
        • Marketplace
      • P.M.
        • Lunch
        • Sub-theme work in 3 breakout groups—moderator, two speakers
        • Reception
        • SAC dinner
    • 18 Jun
      • Panels report to plenary
      • Athena award
      • Vision speech
      • Closing then lunch
  • 57. Marketplace
    • Purpose: showcase accomplishments, recruit new members
    • WGs produce own displays
    • Consortium Operations Staff produces general displays
  • 58. Reception
    • Evening of 17 June
    • Hosted by Polish NDU
    • Location TBD
  • 59. SAC Dinner
    • 17 Jun after reception
    • Include Polish NDU Commandant
    • Local restaurant TBD by Poland
  • 60. Thank you for your attendance End of Meeting

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