|19 Jun. 2019||
Senior Course 134 visited Turkey on 14 and 15 June, on the third stage of its ‘European Perspectives II’ Field Study. The Commandant, Course Members and participating Faculty were welcomed by Major General Reha Ufuk Er, Chief of Plans and Policy Division of the Turkish General Staff. He stressed the major virtues of the NATO Alliance as key guiding principles for dealing with contemporary challenges: solidarity, burden sharing, mutual understanding and adaptation.
|18 Jun. 2019||
|17 Jun. 2019||
Senior Course 134 visited Bulgaria on 13 June 2019, on the second stage of its ‘European Perspectives II’ Field Study. The delegation was welcomed at the Rakovski National Defence College (RNDC) in Sofia by RNDC Commandant MGen Grudi Angelov. This visit was a reflection of the excellent working relations between the RNDC and the NDC.
|15 Jun. 2019||
Senior Course 134 visited Romania on 11 June 2019, on the first stage of its ‘European Perspectives II’ Field Study. The delegation, led by NDC Commandant LGEN Chris Whitecross, was welcomed at the National Defence University (NDU) in Bucharest by NDU Commandant BGEN Gheorghe Calopareanu. This visit underlined the excellent cooperation between the NDU and the NDC.
|11 Jun. 2019||
On Tuesday 11 June 2019, a delegation of 16 senior officers from the Saudi Arabia Command and Staff College (SACSC), led by Staff Instructor BGEN Abdullah Halal M. Almutairi, visited the NATO Defense College (NDC).
|05 Jun. 2019||
|03 Jun. 2019||
The 48th NATO Conference of Commandants (CoC) was held at the Centro Alti Studi per la Difesa (CASD) in Rome, from Tuesday, 28 to Thursday, 30 May 2019. Entitled “Leadership in NATO - Challenges for the Future”, the Conference explored the educational requirements of future military leaders.
|31 May. 2019||
|28 May. 2019||
The NDC hosts the second workshop in the “Roman Banya” Series - Russia and China: ‘Axis of Convenience’ or ‘Lasting Strategic Partnership’?
Organized by the NATO Defense College’s Research Division on 23-24 May 2019, the second “Roman Banya” Series workshop provided an excellent opportunity for experts to discuss Russo-Chinese relations and implications for NATO. In particular, the political/security and economic dimensions of this bilateral relationship were examined.
|27 May. 2019||
The Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) GEN Tod D. Wolters visited the NATO Defense College on 27 May. GEN Wolters was welcomed by NDC Commandant LGEN Chris Whitecross.