RDDC commandant on An Open World Conference
Commander of the Royal Danish Defence College Rear Admiral Nils Christian Wang attends today the international conference An Open World as chair in the panel Military Technologies of Tomorrow.
Future Military Challenges
In the future the world will consist of several regional powers, the military will have to submit to other governmental institutions and the individual empowerment will be the biggest threat to human kind. See video interview with two experts on security.
RDDC researcher contributes to the debate on hybrid threats
On 17th October 2013, Maya Mynster Christensen, PhD/Researcher at ISP, presented a paper entitled ‘Shaky Grounds’ at a public conference on ‘Illicit Flows in Africa’ organised by the Swedish Defence Research Agency and the Nordic Africa Institute.
ISMS Conference 2013: A Summary
Winds of change swept across this year’s edition of the International Society of Military Sciences (ISMS) conference which was held in Copenhagen and hosted by the Royal Danish Defence College.
New book: On military culture
Military culture in Africa in theory and practice is the subject of a new book that provides a contemporary perspective on military culture in Africa with contributions from researchers and practitioners from Africa, North America, Europe and Australia.
RDDC to host two NATO-meetings
Over the course of four days starting on October 28, The Royal Danish Defence College (RDDC) will host the meetings of two NATO working groups.
Safety at Sea: More than Piracy
Royal Danish Defence College, in cooperation with Stellenbosch University and the University of Dar es Salaam, hosted the third Strategic Theory conference on the specific issue of Maritime Security off Eastern Africa: Beyond Piracy.
International Symposium on Agility
Command and Control symposium gathers researchers from military institutions all over the world to investigate how militaries can be more agile.