On March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable

Yesterday, on March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Tallinn, that is organized in collaboration with the NATO Headquarters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, British Embassy, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and with International Centre for Defence and Security.

The main topics of the conference in the first day were „NATO and the EU: Tackling the Challenges of Hybrid Warfare Together”, “A New Global Strategy for the EU`s Foreign and Security Policy” and “The Warsaw Summit: Managing Threats from East and South”. Panel discussions were held by internationally renowned experts like Prof. Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President, Atlantic Treaty Association; Commander Kurt Engelen, Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee; James Sherr, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House; Dr. András Rácz, Senior Research Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs; Commander Hans Huygens, ACOS Strategy Defence Policy Division Chief, EU Section; Colonel Aivar Jaeski, Deputy Director, NATO Strategic Communication Centre of Excellence and many others. The conference was opened by Marina Kaljurand, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Gerlinde Niehus, Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO Headquarters.

The conference brings together about 30 young officers and the diplomacy students, who are from both NATO and the European Union member states, as well as the Eastern Partnership countries like Russia, Israel, Argentina and Indonesia.

At the moment there is on-going two-day NATO work simulation at Saka manor in Ida-Virumaa, where there is played through the work of the NATO committees and as well as a fictitious crisis situation that is guided by Commander Kurt Engelen (Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee) to get a better understanding of how NATO could behave in similar situations.



Yesterday, on March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Tallinn, that is organized in collaboration with the NATO Headquarters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, British Embassy, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and with International Centre for Defence and Security. The main topics of the conference in the first day were „NATO and the EU: Tackling the Challenges of Hybrid Warfare Together”, “A New Global Strategy for the EU`s Foreign and Security Policy” and “The Warsaw Summit: Managing Threats from East and South”. Panel discussions were held by internationally renowned experts like Prof. Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President, Atlantic Treaty Association; Commander Kurt Engelen, Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee; James Sherr, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House; Dr. András Rácz, Senior Research Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs; Commander Hans Huygens, ACOS Strategy Defence Policy Division Chief, EU Section; Colonel Aivar Jaeski, Deputy Director, NATO Strategic Communication Centre of Excellence and many others. The conference was opened by Marina Kaljurand, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Gerlinde Niehus, Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO Headquarters. The conference brings together about 30 young officers and the diplomacy students, who are from both NATO and the European Union member states, as well as the Eastern Partnership countries like Russia, Israel, Argentina and Indonesia. At the moment there is on-going two-day NATO work simulation at Saka manor in Ida-Virumaa, where there is played through the work of the NATO committees and as well as a fictitious crisis situation that is guided by Commander Kurt Engelen (Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee) to get a better understanding of how NATO could behave in similar situations.



31. märtsil, algas Tallinnas, Välisministeeriumi suures saalis neljas iga-aastane rahvusvaheline konverents „NATO ja EL ümarlaud 2016“

Eile, 31. märtsil, algas Tallinnas, Välisministeeriumi suures saalis neljas iga-aastane rahvusvaheline konverents „NATO ja EL ümarlaud 2016“, mida korraldatakse koostöös NATO peakorteri, Eesti Välisministeeriumi, Eesti Välispoliitka Instituudi, Friedrich Eberti Fondi, Suurbritannia Suursaatkonna, NATO Küberkaitsekoostöö keskuse ja Rahvusvahelise kaitseuuringute keskusega.

Konverentsi esimese päeva põhiteemadeks olid NATO ja Euroopa Liidu koostöö hübriidsõja tõkestamisel; Euroopa Liidu uus globaalstrateegia välis- ja julgeoleku suunal, ning Varssavis toimuv NATO tippkohtumine. Paneeldiskussioonides said sõna rahvusvaheliselt tuntud eksperdid sh NATO Ühingute katuseorganisatsiooni (ATA) asepresident, professor Julian Lindley-French, Belgia alaline esindaja NATO sõjalise komitee juures, major Kurt Engelen, Chatham House Venemaa ja Euraasia programmi teadur, hr. James Sherr, Soome Rahvusvaheliste Suhete Instituudi vanemteadur, dr. András Rácz, ACOS strateegilise kaitsepoliitika osakonna juht, EL sektsiooni juures, leitnant-kolonel Hans Huygens, NATO StratCom kompententsikeskus asedirektor, kolonel Aivar Jaeski, ja paljud teised. Konverentsi avasid EV välisminister Marina Kaljurand ja NATO peakorteri esindja Dr. Gerlinde Niehus.

Konverentsist võtab osa 31 riigi noored ametnikud ning diplomaatiatudengid, kes pärit nii NATO ja Euroopa Liidu liikmesriikidest, kui ka Idapartnerluse riikidest, Venemaalt, Iisraelist, Argentiinast ja Indoneesiast.

Hetkel on käimas 2-päevane NATO töö simulatsioon Saka mõisas Ida- Virumaal, kus mängitakse läbi NATO komiteede töö ning major Kurt Engeleni (Belgia alaline esindaja NATO sõjalise komitee juures) juhtimisel mängitakse läbi ka fiktiivne kriisiolukord, eesmärgiga paremini mõista, kuidas NATO sellises olukorras käituda võiks.



Eile, 31. märtsil, algas Tallinnas, Välisministeeriumi suures saalis neljas iga-aastane rahvusvaheline konverents „NATO ja EL ümarlaud 2016“, mida korraldatakse koostöös NATO peakorteri, Eesti Välisministeeriumi, Eesti Välispoliitka Instituudi, Friedrich Eberti Fondi, Suurbritannia Suursaatkonna, NATO Küberkaitsekoostöö keskuse ja Rahvusvahelise kaitseuuringute keskusega. Konverentsi esimese päeva põhiteemadeks olid NATO ja Euroopa Liidu koostöö hübriidsõja tõkestamisel; Euroopa Liidu uus globaalstrateegia välis- ja julgeoleku suunal, ning Varssavis toimuv NATO tippkohtumine. Paneeldiskussioonides said sõna rahvusvaheliselt tuntud eksperdid sh NATO Ühingute katuseorganisatsiooni (ATA) asepresident, professor Julian Lindley-French, Belgia alaline esindaja NATO sõjalise komitee juures, major Kurt Engelen, Chatham House Venemaa ja Euraasia programmi teadur, hr. James Sherr, Soome Rahvusvaheliste Suhete Instituudi vanemteadur, dr. András Rácz, ACOS strateegilise kaitsepoliitika osakonna juht, EL sektsiooni juures, leitnant-kolonel Hans Huygens, NATO StratCom kompententsikeskus asedirektor, kolonel Aivar Jaeski, ja paljud teised. Konverentsi avasid EV välisminister Marina Kaljurand ja NATO peakorteri esindja Dr. Gerlinde Niehus. Konverentsist võtab osa 31 riigi noored ametnikud ning diplomaatiatudengid, kes pärit nii NATO ja Euroopa Liidu liikmesriikidest, kui ka Idapartnerluse riikidest, Venemaalt, Iisraelist, Argentiinast ja Indoneesiast. Hetkel on käimas 2-päevane NATO töö simulatsioon Saka mõisas Ida- Virumaal, kus mängitakse läbi NATO komiteede töö ning major Kurt Engeleni (Belgia alaline esindaja NATO sõjalise komitee juures) juhtimisel mängitakse läbi ka fiktiivne kriisiolukord, eesmärgiga paremini mõista, kuidas NATO sellises olukorras käituda võiks.



On March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable

Yesterday, on March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Tallinn, that is organized in collaboration with the NATO Headquarters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, British Embassy, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and with International Centre for Defence and Security.

The main topics of the conference in the first day were „NATO and the EU: Tackling the Challenges of Hybrid Warfare Together”, “A New Global Strategy for the EU`s Foreign and Security Policy” and “The Warsaw Summit: Managing Threats from East and South”. Panel discussions were held by internationally renowned experts like Prof. Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President, Atlantic Treaty Association; Commander Kurt Engelen, Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee; James Sherr, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House; Dr. András Rácz, Senior Research Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs; Commander Hans Huygens, ACOS Strategy Defence Policy Division Chief, EU Section; Colonel Aivar Jaeski, Deputy Director, NATO Strategic Communication Centre of Excellence and many others. The conference was opened by Marina Kaljurand, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Gerlinde Niehus, Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO Headquarters.

The conference brings together about 30 young officers and the diplomacy students, who are from both NATO and the European Union member states, as well as the Eastern Partnership countries like Russia, Israel, Argentina and Indonesia.

At the moment there is on-going two-day NATO work simulation at Saka manor in Ida-Virumaa, where there is played through the work of the NATO committees and as well as a fictitious crisis situation that is guided by Commander Kurt Engelen (Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee) to get a better understanding of how NATO could behave in similar situations.



Yesterday, on March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Tallinn, that is organized in collaboration with the NATO Headquarters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, British Embassy, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and with International Centre for Defence and Security. The main topics of the conference in the first day were „NATO and the EU: Tackling the Challenges of Hybrid Warfare Together”, “A New Global Strategy for the EU`s Foreign and Security Policy” and “The Warsaw Summit: Managing Threats from East and South”. Panel discussions were held by internationally renowned experts like Prof. Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President, Atlantic Treaty Association; Commander Kurt Engelen, Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee; James Sherr, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House; Dr. András Rácz, Senior Research Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs; Commander Hans Huygens, ACOS Strategy Defence Policy Division Chief, EU Section; Colonel Aivar Jaeski, Deputy Director, NATO Strategic Communication Centre of Excellence and many others. The conference was opened by Marina Kaljurand, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Gerlinde Niehus, Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO Headquarters. The conference brings together about 30 young officers and the diplomacy students, who are from both NATO and the European Union member states, as well as the Eastern Partnership countries like Russia, Israel, Argentina and Indonesia. At the moment there is on-going two-day NATO work simulation at Saka manor in Ida-Virumaa, where there is played through the work of the NATO committees and as well as a fictitious crisis situation that is guided by Commander Kurt Engelen (Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee) to get a better understanding of how NATO could behave in similar situations.



On March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable

Yesterday, on March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Tallinn, that is organized in collaboration with the NATO Headquarters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, British Embassy, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and with International Centre for Defence and Security.

The main topics of the conference in the first day were „NATO and the EU: Tackling the Challenges of Hybrid Warfare Together”, “A New Global Strategy for the EU`s Foreign and Security Policy” and “The Warsaw Summit: Managing Threats from East and South”. Panel discussions were held by internationally renowned experts like Prof. Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President, Atlantic Treaty Association; Commander Kurt Engelen, Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee; James Sherr, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House; Dr. András Rácz, Senior Research Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs; Commander Hans Huygens, ACOS Strategy Defence Policy Division Chief, EU Section; Colonel Aivar Jaeski, Deputy Director, NATO Strategic Communication Centre of Excellence and many others. The conference was opened by Marina Kaljurand, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Gerlinde Niehus, Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO Headquarters.

The conference brings together young professionals and diplomacy students from 31 countries, who are from both NATO and the European Union member states, as well as the Eastern Partnership countries but also Russia, Israel, Argentina and Indonesia.

At the moment there is on-going two-day NATO work simulation at Saka manor in Ida-Virumaa, where there is played through the work of the NATO committees and as well as a fictitious crisis situation that is guided by Commander Kurt Engelen (Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee) to get a better understanding of how NATO could behave in similar situations.



Yesterday, on March 31, took place the 4th international NATO&EU Roundtable in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Tallinn, that is organized in collaboration with the NATO Headquarters, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, British Embassy, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and with International Centre for Defence and Security. The main topics of the conference in the first day were „NATO and the EU: Tackling the Challenges of Hybrid Warfare Together”, “A New Global Strategy for the EU`s Foreign and Security Policy” and “The Warsaw Summit: Managing Threats from East and South”. Panel discussions were held by internationally renowned experts like Prof. Julian Lindley-French, Vice-President, Atlantic Treaty Association; Commander Kurt Engelen, Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee; James Sherr, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House; Dr. András Rácz, Senior Research Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs; Commander Hans Huygens, ACOS Strategy Defence Policy Division Chief, EU Section; Colonel Aivar Jaeski, Deputy Director, NATO Strategic Communication Centre of Excellence and many others. The conference was opened by Marina Kaljurand, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Gerlinde Niehus, Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO Headquarters. The conference brings together young professionals and diplomacy students from 31 countries, who are from both NATO and the European Union member states, as well as the Eastern Partnership countries but also Russia, Israel, Argentina and Indonesia. At the moment there is on-going two-day NATO work simulation at Saka manor in Ida-Virumaa, where there is played through the work of the NATO committees and as well as a fictitious crisis situation that is guided by Commander Kurt Engelen (Staff Officer Cooperative Security, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the NATO Military Committee) to get a better understanding of how NATO could behave in similar situations.



2016 education workers spring school “Military theme and society”

2016 education workers spring school named “Military theme and society” took place in Rakvere and Tapa on March 23-24. On the first day we had conference and on the second day we visited Tapa military unit where in addition to teachers Sinu Riigi Kaits…



2016 education workers spring school named "Military theme and society" took place in Rakvere and Tapa on March 23-24. On the first day we had conference and on the second day we visited Tapa military unit where in addition to teachers Sinu Riigi Kaitse Russian speaking youths joined us. Soldiers in Tapa were very well prepared for our visit, there were held many interesting lectures and on the square there was a chance to see various military equipment. Moreover, we had a possibility to climb into machinery and to touch and see the weapons really close.



Pildid- 2016 aastal toimus haridustöötajate kevadkool Rakveres ja Tapal 23.-24.2016 teemal “Militaartemaatika ja ühiskond”.

2016 aastal toimus haridustöötajate kevadkool Rakveres ja Tapal 23.-24.2016 teemal “Militaartemaatika ja ühiskond”. Esimene päev toimus koolitus ning teisel päeval külastati Tapa sõjaväeosa, kuhu lisaks haridustöötajatele ühinesid meiega ka Sinu Riigi Kaitse programmi vene keelt kõnelevad noored. Tapal olid kaitseväelased meie külastuse väga hästi ette valmistanud. Peeti huvitavad loengud ning platsile oli toodud näitamiseks erinevat sõjatehnikat. Masinatesse sai sisse ronida ning relvasid sai lähedalt vaadata ja katsuda.

Programm:

I päev, 23.04 – Rakvere, Aqva Spa

11.20 – Kohvilaud ja tervitus Rakveres
11.40 – Avasõnad Eesti NATO Ühingu poolt
11.45-13.15 – “Ühiskond ja sõda läbi ajaloo” – Hellar Lill, Eesti Sõjamuuseumi direktor
13.15-14.15 – Lõuna
14.15-15.15 – “Sõjad tänapäeva maailmas ning nende suhestumine ühiskonnaga” – Igor Kopõtin, sõjaajaloolane
15.15-16.00 – “Milleks me vajame liitlasi?” – kol-ltn Veiko-Vello Palm, Kaitseväe peastaabi esindaja
16.00-16.15 – Kohvipaus
16.15-17.15 – Paneeldiskussioon “NATO partnerlused tulevikus ja sidusus ühiskonnaga”
Major Kuido Pettai, Kaitseväe Peastaap. Analüüsi ja planeerimisosakonna planeerimisjaskonna vanemstaabiohvitser
Peeter Kuimet, Kaitseministeerium. Kaitseväeteenistuse osakonna juhataja
Heidi Tormet, Naiskodukaitse
Moderaator: Dmitri Teperik, Rahvusvaheline kaitseuuringute keskus
17.15-17.45 – Küsimused ja arutelu
18.00 – Õhtusöök

II päev, 24.03 – Tapa

8.00 – Hommikusöök
8.45 – Väljumine Rakverest Tapale
9.30– kogunemine Tapa sõjaväeosa pääslas
10.00 – Brigaadiülema tervitus ja väeosa tutvustus, liitlasvägedega tutvumine
10.30– 13.15 ringkäik väeosas ja relvastuse tutvustus (gruppides)
13.15– sõdurilõuna



2016 aastal toimus haridustöötajate kevadkool Rakveres ja Tapal 23.-24.2016 teemal “Militaartemaatika ja ühiskond”. Esimene päev toimus koolitus ning teisel päeval külastati Tapa sõjaväeosa, kuhu lisaks haridustöötajatele ühinesid meiega ka Sinu Riigi Kaitse programmi vene keelt kõnelevad noored. Tapal olid kaitseväelased meie külastuse väga hästi ette valmistanud. Peeti huvitavad loengud ning platsile oli toodud näitamiseks erinevat sõjatehnikat. Masinatesse sai sisse ronida ning relvasid sai lähedalt vaadata ja katsuda. Programm: I päev, 23.04 – Rakvere, Aqva Spa 11.20 – Kohvilaud ja tervitus Rakveres 11.40 – Avasõnad Eesti NATO Ühingu poolt 11.45-13.15 – “Ühiskond ja sõda läbi ajaloo” – Hellar Lill, Eesti Sõjamuuseumi direktor 13.15-14.15 – Lõuna 14.15-15.15 – “Sõjad tänapäeva maailmas ning nende suhestumine ühiskonnaga” – Igor Kopõtin, sõjaajaloolane 15.15-16.00 – “Milleks me vajame liitlasi?” – kol-ltn Veiko-Vello Palm, Kaitseväe peastaabi esindaja 16.00-16.15 – Kohvipaus 16.15-17.15 – Paneeldiskussioon “NATO partnerlused tulevikus ja sidusus ühiskonnaga” Major Kuido Pettai, Kaitseväe Peastaap. Analüüsi ja planeerimisosakonna planeerimisjaskonna vanemstaabiohvitser Peeter Kuimet, Kaitseministeerium. Kaitseväeteenistuse osakonna juhataja Heidi Tormet, Naiskodukaitse Moderaator: Dmitri Teperik, Rahvusvaheline kaitseuuringute keskus 17.15-17.45 – Küsimused ja arutelu 18.00 – Õhtusöök II päev, 24.03 – Tapa 8.00 – Hommikusöök 8.45 – Väljumine Rakverest Tapale 9.30– kogunemine Tapa sõjaväeosa pääslas 10.00 – Brigaadiülema tervitus ja väeosa tutvustus, liitlasvägedega tutvumine 10.30– 13.15 ringkäik väeosas ja relvastuse tutvustus (gruppides) 13.15– sõdurilõuna






Pray for Brussels

Sel traagilisel ajal seisame Brüsseli ja Belgia rahva kõrval.
#PrayforBrussels

Sel traagilisel ajal seisame Brüsseli ja Belgia rahva kõrval. #PrayforBrussels


Pray for Brussels

We would like to take this moment in order to let you know that our thoughts are with the people in Belgium and in Brussels. What happened this morning demonstrates once again that there is much work ahead in order to make Europe safe again. #PrayForBr…

We would like to take this moment in order to let you know that our thoughts are with the people in Belgium and in Brussels. What happened this morning demonstrates once again that there is much work ahead in order to make Europe safe again. #PrayForBrussels


Eesti NATO Ühingu tegevbüroo külastas täna miinisadamas asuvat Vahipataljoni ning käis CCDCOE raamatu “International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy and Industry Perspectives” esitlusel

Eesti NATO Ühingu tegevbüroo külastas täna miinisadamas asuvat Vahipataljoni ning käis CCDCOE raamatu “International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy and Industry Perspectives” esitlusel



Eesti NATO Ühingu tegevbüroo külastas täna miinisadamas asuvat Vahipataljoni ning käis CCDCOE raamatu "International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy and Industry Perspectives" esitlusel


Photos – “Women, peace and security” conference was held in Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 11th of March in 2016.

“Women, peace and security” conference was held in Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 11th of March in 2016.The conference dealt with international experience in the role of women in peace and security, and Estonia’s contribution to this. Topics were discussed by foreign minister of Estonia Marina Kaljurand, Major General Tiiu Kera and ohter representatives from USA, Canada and Hungary, as well as Estonian diplomats, scientists and soldiers.
In the beginning of the conference Marriët Schuurman, the NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative, gave a video greetings to the conference.

Photos: Annika Haas



"Women, peace and security" conference was held in Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 11th of March in 2016.The conference dealt with international experience in the role of women in peace and security, and Estonia's contribution to this. Topics were discussed by foreign minister of Estonia Marina Kaljurand, Major General Tiiu Kera and ohter representatives from USA, Canada and Hungary, as well as Estonian diplomats, scientists and soldiers. In the beginning of the conference Marriët Schuurman, the NATO Secretary General’s Special Representative, gave a video greetings to the conference. Photos: Annika Haas


Eesti NATO Ühingus tähistati täna naistepäeva meie katuseorganisatsiooni üleskutsest osavõtuga.

Eesti NATO Ühingus tähistati täna naistepäeva meie katuseorganisatsiooni üleskutsest osavõtuga. Nagu pildilt näha, siis EATA pilt on suurelt keskel ning kutsub osalema juba sel reedel toimuval “Naised, rahu ja julgeolek” konverentsile! Konverents toimub naistepäeva nädalal, et rõhutada naiste olulisust julgeoleku protsesside tagamisel. Eesmärgiks on juhtida tähelepanu naiste olukorrale kriisisituatsioonides tuginedes ÜRO Julgeolekunõukogu resolutsioonile 1325.



Eesti NATO Ühingus tähistati täna naistepäeva meie katuseorganisatsiooni üleskutsest osavõtuga. Nagu pildilt näha, siis EATA pilt on suurelt keskel ning kutsub osalema juba sel reedel toimuval "Naised, rahu ja julgeolek" konverentsile! Konverents toimub naistepäeva nädalal, et rõhutada naiste olulisust julgeoleku protsesside tagamisel. Eesmärgiks on juhtida tähelepanu naiste olukorrale kriisisituatsioonides tuginedes ÜRO Julgeolekunõukogu resolutsioonile 1325.



EATA is celebrating the International Women’s Day!

EATA is celebrating the International Women’s Day!

The Estonian Atlantic Treaty is organizing the “Women, Peace and Security” conference that is taking place this Friday, March 11th 2016 at the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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The main subjec…



EATA is celebrating the International Women's Day! The Estonian Atlantic Treaty is organizing the "Women, Peace and Security" conference that is taking place this Friday, March 11th 2016 at the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. . The main subject of the conference is to introduce and review UN Security Council Resolution 1325, its impact on women in conflict, the valuable role women play in resolving conflict, peace building in a global and national security framework. #InternationalWomensDay



Eesti NATO Ühingu projektijuht Mariita Mattiisen viibib täna Riias NATO Strateegilise Kommunikatsiooni Kompetentsikeskuse üritusel

Eesti NATO Ühingu projektijuht Mariita Mattiisen viibib täna Riias NATO Strateegilise Kommunikatsiooni Kompetentsikeskuse üritusel, et tutvuda ja arutleda hiljuti avaldatud raportite üle, mis käsitlevad Venemaa mõjutustegevust Ukraina ja NATO vastu.



Eesti NATO Ühingu projektijuht Mariita Mattiisen viibib täna Riias NATO Strateegilise Kommunikatsiooni Kompetentsikeskuse üritusel, et tutvuda ja arutleda hiljuti avaldatud raportite üle, mis käsitlevad Venemaa mõjutustegevust Ukraina ja NATO vastu.



Academic journal “Defence Strategic Communications”

Academic journal “Defence Strategic Communications” Vol1 | StratCom

“Defence Strategic Communications” is a bi-annual, open access, peer-reviewed and refereed journal published by the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (NATO StratCom COE), Riga, Latvia. The Editorial Board of “Defence Strategic Communications“ is headed by Dr Steve Tatham. One of the principle aims of the NATO StratCom COE is to undertake research and analysis, and in order to enhance this work, the COE has decided to initiate an academic journal entitled, “Defence Strategic Communications”. Their hope is that the journal will serve as an academic forum where scholars and practitioners will be able to share knowledge and ideas about Strategic Communications specifically from the defence perspective. http://www.stratcomcoe.org/academic-journal-defence-strategic-communications-vol1

Academic journal "Defence Strategic Communications" Vol1 | StratCom





On the 19th of February 2016, an open lecture for Russian speaking youth took place in Narva College

On the 19th of February 2016, an open lecture for Russian speaking youth took place in Narva College. The event was organized in a cooperation with Estonian Atlantic Treaty organization, US Embassy in Tallinn and Program “Sinu Riigi Kaitse”.

Program:
10.45-11.00 – registration
11.00-11.10 – welcome remarks and introduction (by Sinu Riigi Kaitse, Dmitri Terepik and Grigori Senkiv. EATA, Krista Mulenok)
11.10-12.30 – lecture by Tomas Jermalavićius (ICDS) (in Russian)
12.30-13.00 – introduction of NATONIA game (version in Russian language) (by EATA, Dmitri Drjukov)
13.00-13.30 – light lunch
13.30-14.00 – lecture by LTC David Wiseman (US Defence attaché) (in English)
14.00-14.30 – Q&A session and short discussion moderated by Mr. Jermalavićius
14.30-14.45 – conclusions / photos



On the 19th of February 2016, an open lecture for Russian speaking youth took place in Narva College. The event was organized in a cooperation with Estonian Atlantic Treaty organization, US Embassy in Tallinn and Program "Sinu Riigi Kaitse". Program: 10.45-11.00 - registration 11.00-11.10 - welcome remarks and introduction (by Sinu Riigi Kaitse, Dmitri Terepik and Grigori Senkiv. EATA, Krista Mulenok) 11.10-12.30 - lecture by Tomas Jermalavićius (ICDS) (in Russian) 12.30-13.00 - introduction of NATONIA game (version in Russian language) (by EATA, Dmitri Drjukov) 13.00-13.30 - light lunch 13.30-14.00 - lecture by LTC David Wiseman (US Defence attaché) (in English) 14.00-14.30 - Q&A session and short discussion moderated by Mr. Jermalavićius 14.30-14.45 - conclusions / photos



an open lecture for Russian speaking youth held in Narva

Today, an open lecture for Russian speaking youth will be held in Narva College.

Program:

10.45-11.00 – registration
11.00-11.10 – welcome remarks and introduction (by Sinu Riigi Kaitse, Dmitri Terepik and Grigori Semkiv. EATA, Krista Mulenok)
11.10-12.30 – lecture by Tomas Jermalavićius (ICDS) (in Russian)
12.30-13.00 – introduction of NATONIA game (version in Russian language) (by EATA, Dmitri Drjukov)
13.00-13.30 – light lunch
13.30-14.00 – lecture by LTC David Wiseman (US Defence attaché) (in English)
14.00-14.30 – Q&A session and short discussion moderated by Mr. Jermalavićius
14.30-14.45 – conclusions / photos



Today, an open lecture for Russian speaking youth will be held in Narva College. Program: 10.45-11.00 - registration 11.00-11.10 - welcome remarks and introduction (by Sinu Riigi Kaitse, Dmitri Terepik and Grigori Semkiv. EATA, Krista Mulenok) 11.10-12.30 - lecture by Tomas Jermalavićius (ICDS) (in Russian) 12.30-13.00 - introduction of NATONIA game (version in Russian language) (by EATA, Dmitri Drjukov) 13.00-13.30 - light lunch 13.30-14.00 - lecture by LTC David Wiseman (US Defence attaché) (in English) 14.00-14.30 - Q&A session and short discussion moderated by Mr. Jermalavićius 14.30-14.45 - conclusions / photos





February 12 to 14 Panel discussion

Speech by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Munich Security Conference

Speech by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Munich Security Conference 13 Feb. 2016 – | Last updated: 13 Feb. 2016 09:55 Thank you, Wolfgang, for that kind introduction. And for making Munich such a vibrant forum for debate. This is even more important at a time of such turmoil and unce…

From February 12 to 14, Munich hosted some of the most important decision-makers in the realm of international security policy: Around 600 leaders gathered for the 52nd Munich Security Conference (MSC) to debate current crises and future challenges to international security. A Speech by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg can be found here: http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/opinions_128047.htmPanel discussions and speeches of the conference can be found here: https://www.securityconference.de/en/media-library/?tx_dreipctvmediacenter_mediacenter%!B(MISSING)venue%!D(MISSING)=36&cHash=6b82d32d804db6ee611c46fadf33da03

 



12-14. veebruaril toimus Münchenis 52. julgeolekukonverents

Speech by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Munich Security Conference

Speech by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Munich Security Conference 13 Feb. 2016 – | Last updated: 13 Feb. 2016 09:55 Thank you, Wolfgang, for that kind introduction. And for making Munich such a vibrant forum for debate. This is even more important at a time of such turmoil and unce…

12-14. veebruaril toimus Münchenis 52. julgeolekukonverents, kuhu kogunesid ligi 600 liidrit, et rääkida maailma julgeolekuolukorrast ja tulevastest väljakutsetest.NATO peasekretäri, Jens Stoltenbergi, kõne Müncheni julgeolekukonverentsil: http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/opinions_128047.htm Konverentsi paneeldiskussioone ja kõnesid saab järele vaadata siit: https://www.securityconference.de/en/media-library/?tx_dreipctvmediacenter_mediacenter%!B(MISSING)venue%!D(MISSING)=36&cHash=6b82d32d804db6ee611c46fadf33da03

Speech by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the Munich Security Conference 13 Feb. 2016 - | Last updated: 13 Feb. 2016 09:55 Thank you, Wolfgang, for that kind introduction. And for making Munich such a vibrant forum for debate. This is even more important at a time of such turmoil and unce…



Eesti NATO Ühing on aidanud käivitada Põltsamaa Ühisgümnaasiumis küberkaitse õppesuunda.

Ieva Ilves peab Põltsamaa ühisgümnaasiumis küberkaitseteemalise loengu

Nädala pärast külastab Põltsamaa ühisgümnaasiumi kooli kutsel Ieva Ilves, kes peab IT- ja kübersuuna õpilastele kooli aulas küberkaitseteemalise loengu.

Eesti NATO Ühing on aidanud käivitada Põltsamaa Ühisgümnaasiumis küberkaitse õppesuunda. Nädala aja pärast peab kooli aulas küberkaitsetemaatilise loengu Ieva Ilves.http://www.delfi.ee/a/73669397

 

Ieva Ilves peab Põltsamaa ühisgümnaasiumis küberkaitseteemalise loengu

Nädala pärast külastab Põltsamaa ühisgümnaasiumi kooli kutsel Ieva Ilves, kes peab IT- ja kübersuuna õpilastele kooli aulas küberkaitseteemalise loengu.



On the 2nd of February, EATA celebrated its 15th anniversary!

This year, on the 2nd of February, EATA celebrates its 15th anniversary! We are proud to announce that we just launched our new website (www.eata.ee) to celebrate this special year. However, our big birthday conference will take place a bit later, in 1…



This year, on the 2nd of February, EATA celebrates its 15th anniversary! We are proud to announce that we just launched our new website (www.eata.ee) to celebrate this special year. However, our big birthday conference will take place a bit later, in 12.05.2016.

 

 



Secretary of Defence Ash Carter announced that the US plans to increase significantly its military presence in Europe

NATO

“Today, Secretary of Defence Ash Carter announced that the US plans to increase significantly its military presence in Europe.

[…]

This is a clear sign of the enduring commitment by the United States to European security.

It will be a timely and significant contribution to NATO’s deterrence, and collective defence.

This proposal is a vivid demonstration of the strength of our transatlantic bond.” – NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg

NATO

"Today, Secretary of Defence Ash Carter announced that the US plans to increase significantly its military presence in Europe. [...] This is a clear sign of the enduring commitment by the United States to European security. It will be a timely and significant contribution to NATO’s deterrence, and collective defence. This proposal is a vivid demonstration of the strength of our transatlantic bond." - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg



On 28 January 2016, Jens Stoltenberg released his second annual report as NATO Secretary General.

The Secretary General’s Annual Report 2015

DRAFT – The Secretary General’s Annual Report 2015 28 Jan. 2016 – | Last updated: 27 Jan. 2016 14:09 English French On 28 January 2016, Jens Stoltenberg released his second annual report as NATO Secretary General. The annual report provides an overview of how NATO promoted and supported peace and se…

On 28 January 2016, Jens Stoltenberg released his second annual report as NATO Secretary General. The annual report provides an overview of how NATO promoted and supported peace and security in 2015. It includes details on how NATO is enhancing deterrence and defence, investing in security, transforming capabilities, building relationships, sharing expertise, advancing the role of women in peace and security, and adapting as an institution.

 

The Secretary General's Annual Report 2015

DRAFT - The Secretary General's Annual Report 2015 28 Jan. 2016 - | Last updated: 27 Jan. 2016 14:09 English French On 28 January 2016, Jens Stoltenberg released his second annual report as NATO Secretary General. The annual report provides an overview of how NATO promoted and supported peace and se…



It is time to apply for the 4th annual “NATO & EU Roundtable”

Now is the perfect time to apply for the 4th annual “NATO & EU Roundtable”!

Here is your opportunity to end your year in a high note and make plans for the upcoming March and April by joining the annual “NATO and EU Roundtable”. As of now, we have already received many applications from different countries around the world, and United States, Norway, Italy, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Romania, Montenegro, Russia are just being some of them.

Want to join? Well, here is your chance:

When: from 31st of March until 2nd of April.
Where: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Saka Manor, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia
Who: BA, MA and PhD students and young professionals around the world
Deadline: 20th of January 2016!

Further information and registration available in here: http://issuu.com/estonian_ata/docs/invitation_and_schedule_2016

#EATA



Now is the perfect time to apply for the 4th annual "NATO & EU Roundtable"! Here is your opportunity to end your year in a high note and make plans for the upcoming March and April by joining the annual "NATO and EU Roundtable". As of now, we have already received many applications from different countries around the world, and United States, Norway, Italy, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Romania, Montenegro, Russia are just being some of them. Want to join? Well, here is your chance: When: from 31st of March until 2nd of April. Where: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Saka Manor, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia Who: BA, MA and PhD students and young professionals around the world Deadline: 20th of January 2016! Further information and registration available in here: http://issuu.com/estonian_ata/docs/invitation_and_schedule_2016 #EATA







Video – Registration for the 4th annual “NATO & EU Roundtable” is now open!

Registration for the 4th annual “NATO & EU Roundtable” is now open!

When: from 31st of March until 2nd of April.
Where: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Saka Manor, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia
Who: BA, MA and PhD students and young professionals around the world

Deadline: 20th of January 2016!

Further information and registration available in here: https://issuu.com/estonian_ata/docs/invitation_and_schedule_2016

#EATA



Registration for the 4th annual "NATO & EU Roundtable" is now open! When: from 31st of March until 2nd of April. Where: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Saka Manor, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia Who: BA, MA and PhD students and young professionals around the world Deadline: 20th of January 2016! Further information and registration available in here: https://issuu.com/estonian_ata/docs/invitation_and_schedule_2016 #EATA



Photo – Annual ATA / YATA General Assembly and the conference “Interconnected Threats & Cooperative Security”

Annual ATA / YATA General Assembly and the conference “Interconnected Threats & Cooperative Security” took place on 17-19 November 2015 in Brussels.

At the YATA General Assembly various workshops were conducted and a new Executive Board was elected. Mr. Francisco Costa is YATA President for 2015-2016. Estonia YATA chapter was represented by Kersti Siilivask.

In case you missed the live stream of the conference, please follow the link: http://atahq.org/2015/11/ata-ga-cooperative-security-interconnected-threats/



Annual ATA / YATA General Assembly and the conference "Interconnected Threats & Cooperative Security" took place on 17-19 November 2015 in Brussels. At the YATA General Assembly various workshops were conducted and a new Executive Board was elected. Mr. Francisco Costa is YATA President for 2015-2016. Estonia YATA chapter was represented by Kersti Siilivask. In case you missed the live stream of the conference, please follow the link: http://atahq.org/2015/11/ata-ga-cooperative-security-interconnected-threats/





Photo – General Assembly of Atlantic Treaty Association’s and Cooperative Security & Interconnected Threats conference is taking place in Brussels.

General Assembly of Atlantic Treaty Association’s and Cooperative Security & Interconnected Threats conference is taking place in Brussels. Young leaders of the association also gathered for the 20th YATA General Assembly.
Yesterday was elected the new vice-president of ATA recognized security expert prof. Julian Lindley-French.

#EATA



General Assembly of Atlantic Treaty Association's and Cooperative Security & Interconnected Threats conference is taking place in Brussels. Young leaders of the association also gathered for the 20th YATA General Assembly. Yesterday was elected the new vice-president of ATA recognized security expert prof. Julian Lindley-French. #EATA