Speaker Series The C SET Speaker Series is a public lecture series on topics from the area of security economy. It takes place during the academic year. With few exceptions presentations are held in English. Since 2012, the Speaker Series is organized in cooperation with the School of Economics and Political Science (SEPS-HSG) SEPS News and Events Earlier Events: ___________________________________________________________ 29/02/2012 DIMINISHED DEMOCRACY AND THE AMERICAN WAY OF WAR Prof. Pascal Vennesson, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of International Relations, European University Institute 10/03/2011 INTEGRATING THE EROPEAN DEFENCE MARKET: LITTLE TO WIN AND MUCH TO LOSE FOR SMALL STATES? Jocelyn Mawdsley, Ph.D., Lecturer in EU/European Politics, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, University of Newcastle (UK) 08/12/2010 FROM INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY TO BUSINESS STRATEGY: HOW INDUSTRY RESPONDS TO CONTEMPORARY SECURITY CHALLENGES AND ANTICIPATES FUTURE WARS Professor Holger Mey, Cassidian (EADS) 09/11/2010 AFGHANISTAN: FIGHTING A UNIQUE INSURGENCY Paricipants: General (ret.) Dr. h.c. Klaus Naumann, Brigadier Tim Radford; Prof. James W. Davis, Ph.D. & Marc DeVore, Ph.D. 23/09/2010 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE IN THE AGE OF TERRORISM Gregory Koblentz, Assistant Professor of Public and International Affairs & Deputy Director, Biodefense Graduate Program, George Mason Univ. 19/05/2010 THE CHALLENGE OF SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONS Keith Krause, Professor, Director of the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. 22/04/2010 MULTINATIONAL LOGISTICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEPLOYMENTS – THE CASE OF AFGHANISTAN Gen.Maj. (ret.) Karl-Heinz Münzner, former General Manager of NAMSA, Luxembourg. 18/03/2010 SWITZERLAND AND THE EUROPEAN DEFENCE AGENCY Dr. Hilmar Linnenkamp, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin; former Deputy Chief Executive, EDA, Brussels. 25/02/2010 THE PAST AND FUTURE OF WEAPONS GLOBALIZATION Stephen Brooks, Associate Professor of Government, Department of Government, Dartmouth College, Hanover (USA). 08/12/2009 THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE STRUGGLE AGAINST TERRORISM FOR DEFENSE MANAGERS H. Brinton Milward, Providence Service Corporation Chair in Public Management, School of Government & Public Policy, University of Arizona (USA). 23/04/2009 BUDGET AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE Lawrence R. Jones, Professor, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California (USA). 19/03/2009 REVOLUTION IN MILITARY AFFAIRS Speaker: Eugene Gholz, Associate Professor, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas (USA). 26/02/2009 CONTESTABLE MARKETS AND COMBAT AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY Cedric Laguerre, Analyste Stratégique, Dassault Aviation, France.