“International Security Forum: Understanding Security in the 21st Century” aims at training Turkish young academics, MPs, journalists, businessmen, diplomats and representatives of think-tanks at an advanced level on this evolving concept of security. Under the auspices of International Relations Council of Turkey, the program’s academic portion features distinguished faculty and professionals from Turkey and abroad, and employs an innovative combination of lectures, movie & discussion sessions, debates, and presentation by security officials to enhance interaction and to further understanding of the diverse issues being examined. It blends academic research and the experience of policy practitioners. The curriculum is interdisciplinary, incorporating political science, economics, international relations, military policy, sociology, and technology policy. A core feature of the program is the active involvement of fellows as speakers in the formal sessions.
The Academy will be held in Ilgaz Mountain Premises of Ankara University between 20-24 December 2008.
The program will be in Turkish and no translation services will be available.
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