Every national military has its unique culture. This is being expressed in terms of citizen’s and employee’s rights of the individual soldier, the steepness of hierarchy, focus of training, exercise of leadership and the experience of combat, just to name a few.
The notion of culture is particularly crucial with regard to European defence cooperation, where 27 diverging military cultures need to be accommodated. What are the actual and most striking differences among EU armed forces? How do they affect cooperation and military effectiveness? And how do they need to be taken into account when further integration is desired?
Join us and discuss these and other questions with our experts.
Joint Event Series with European Organisation of Military Associations (EUROMIL): Overcoming Obstacles. On the Way to a European Army.
Thursday, 28 September 2017
Registration & Light Lunch: 12:00h
Kindly register for this event by 27 September 2017 at:
Venue: Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels
Antonia Lima Coelho
Portugese Seargeant’s Association
European External Action Service
Hubert De Vos
Former Commander Belgian Land Forces
Danish Army’s Enlisted Privates and Corporals Union
ARD, First German Television
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