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Research Committee on Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution (RC01)
International Conference on Transformations of the Military Profession - Program

 

  Download: RC01ProgramFinal.pdf

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH

 

 

18:00-20:00, Aud 12th floor - Opening session and conference by Prof. Dirk Kruijt (Utrecht University, The Netherlands) – “Continuities and transformationsof the Latin American military profession” followed by cocktail.
 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 9:00 – 10:45

 

 

Semiplenary 1 - Public Opinion, Mass Media and the Military

Monday, September 26th, 9:00 - 10:45 a.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, Swiss Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

Markus SteinbrecherBundeswehr Center for Military History and Social Sciences, Germany

Attitudes towards the internal deployment of the German Armed Forces and their explanation

 

Meike Wanner, Bundeswehr Center for Military History and Social Sciences, Germany
The Discrepancy Between Personal Attitude and the Perception of the Climate of Opinion

 

Mihail Anton, National Defense University, USA

The public trust in the military as support of change of military profession

 

Thomas Ferst, Swiss Armed Forces, Armed Forces College AFC and Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, Military Academy at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Public Opinion: The duties of the Swiss Armed Forces in the view of the Swiss population with migration background
               
         

 

Semiplenary 2 – Transformations of the Military profession

Monday, September 26th, 9:00 - 10:45 a.m., Aud 1333   

 

Chair: Celso Castro, Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil

 

Anthony King, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

The Post-Heroic General: military command in the 21st century

 

Eugenio Cusumano, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Outsourcing Security Sector Reform? The drivers and implications of privatizing military training

 

Katrine Noergaard, Royal Danish Defence College, Denmark           

Military Technoethics and The Hybridization of Warfare

 

Lindy Heinecken, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Transitions and transformation in the military profession

 

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 11:00 – 12:45

 

 

Semiplenary 3 – The Military and Society Interface

Monday, September, 26th, 11:00 a.m. – 12:45 p.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Sabrina Medeiros, Escola de Guerra Naval, Brazil

 

Irina Goldenberg, Defence Research and Defence Canada, Manon Andres, Netherlands Defence Academy and Delphine Resteigne, Royal Military Academy – Brussels, Belgium

Is military employment fair? Application of social comparison theory in a cross-national military sample

 

Paul T. Bartone, National Defense University, USA, John M. Violanti, State University of New York at Buffalo

Suicide in the military and law enforcement: Different worlds, common factors

 

Dana Grosswirth Kachtan, The Open University of Israel, Eve Binks, Liverpool Hope University

Converting social, cultural and symbolic capital and skills from military to the civilian society and labor market – The cases of Israeli and British militaries         

 

Yagil Levy, Open University of Israel

Drivers and Impacts of Expanded Religious Influence in Western Armies          

 

Semiplenary 4 - Civil-Military relations and the politics of conflict transformation

Monday, September 26th, 11:00 a.m. – 12:45 p.m., Aud 1333

 

Chair: Dirk Kruijt, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 

Erella Grassiani, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The Israeli military and its relation to the private security industry

 

Marwa Maziad, University of Washington, USA

Oscillating Civil-Military Relations in Democratizing Societies: Cases of Egypt, Israel and Turkey: 1980-2015

 

Adem Ustun Catalbas, University of Cincinnati, USA

The Structure of Civil - Military Relations in Turkey: An Analysis of Military Discourse

 

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 14:00 – 15:30

 

 

Session 1 - Public Opinion, Mass Media and the Military

Monday, September 26th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, Swiss Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

Andrea Rinaldo, Sabrina Pfister, Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Information acquisition of print media regarding security related topics              

 

Chariklia Höfig, Heiko Biehl, Bundeswehr Center for Military History and Social Sciences, Germany

Does fear change our beliefs? Threat perception in Germany and its influences on security perception and attitudes towards defense policy and the military

 

George Kaffes, Hellenic Army Academy, Greece   

How short films influence the Greek public opinion for recruitment?

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Session 2 – Special Professions in the Military

Monday, September 26th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Aud 1333

 

Chair: Joseph Soeters, Netherlands Defence Academy/Tilburg University, The Netherlands

 

Joseph Soeters, INetherlands Defence Academy/Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Special professions in the military

 

Meir ElranInstitute for National Security Studies (INSS), Tel Aviv University, Israel

The military as a first responder to major civilian disruptive events: The Israeli case      

 

Uros SveteFaculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Police Powers and The military: the Case of Slovenian Armed Forces engagement in refugee crisis

Erik HedlundSwedish Defence University, Sweden
Team Leaders as a Facilitator for Team Learning in a Military Staff Exercises

 

Session 3 - The Future Reserves Research Programme: An evaluation of the transformation of the British Armed Forces Reserves and its impact on Reservists, their employers, and their family members

Monday, September, 26th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Room 419

 

Chair: Sarah Cunningham- Burley, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

 

Rachel Woodward, K. Neil Jenkings Newcastle University, United Kingdom; Antonia Dawes, Tim Edmunds, Paul Higate, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Military reserves, civilian employment and the hybrid identities of military reservists       

 

Victoria BashamCardiff University, United Kingdom; Sergio Catignani, University of Exeter, United Kingdom;

Negotiating gender divisions of labour within Army Reservist families and how these influence the balancing of work, family and Reserve duty commitments

               

Zoe Morrison, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom; Wendy Loretto University of Edinburgh, Vince Connelly, Oxford Brookes University

Stepping in and out of the military profession: Reserve military service as negotiated practice.    

 

Zoe Morrison, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom; Sylvia James-Yates, University of Aberdeen, Wendy Loretto, UK Ministry of Defence, Sarah Morton, and Sarah Cunningham-Burley, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

The Future Reserves Research Programme: civil/ military collaboration in research and knowledge exchange to inform defence transformation    

 

Session 4 - Housing the military I

Monday, September 26th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Room 420

 

Chair:     Márcio Moraes Valença, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

 

Márcio Moraes Valença, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

Military housing as urban landmarks - Analyzing Army, Navy and Air Force estates in metropolitan Natal, Brazil   

 

Lorena Petrovich Pereira de Carvalho, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

War Architecture: inventory of Navy villages in Natal

 

Mariana Fialho Bonates, Federal University of Campina Grande (UFCG) and Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE)

Brazil´s postwar military and architecture culture

Maria do Carmo de Albuquerque BragaFederal Rural University of Pernambuco (UFPE)
Public Property assets under military management. The continuation of privileges and special interests over collective?

 

Session 5 - Defence Policy and Politics

Monday, September 26th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Room 409

 

Chair: Kees Koonings (Utrecht University and CEDLA/University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

Dirk Kruijt, Utrecht University, The Netherlands       

Cuba's Involvement in Latin America's Wars and Peace Processes    

 

Samuel Rivera-Paez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Bogotá, Colombia

Peace negotiation and military mindset

 

Carlos Navajas Zubeldia, Universidad de La Rioja, Spain

The Spanish Armed Forces and the Great Recession. The Security and Defence Policy of Mariano Rajoy (2011-2015)

 

Ian Liebenberg, Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science, South Africa Clashing or complimentary perspectives? Operation Savannah and Operation Carlota’s opening phase, 1975-1976

 

Pirzada Amin, University of Kashmir, India

Sacred Geography of J&K and its role in Conflict resolution: A Case Study of Kashmir Valley

 

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 15:45 – 17:15

 

 

Session 6 – Cultural Minorities and the Armed Forces

Monday, September 26th, 3:45 - 5:00 p.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, Swiss Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

Arnold Kammel, Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy, Austria Mitigating Religious Extremism in the Austrian Armed Forces – The Case of Muslim Integration

 

Esther Serok,     The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Families and educators' influence on the choice to serve in the military forces

 

Shaul Shay, The Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS) The Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel              

The Druze minority in Israel and the IDF

 

 

Session 7: 50 Shades of Green: How the Military Profession Interacts with Other Professions

Monday, September 26th, 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Aud 1333

 

Chair: Vilhelm Stefan Holsting, Institute of Leadership & Organization, Royal Danish-Defence College, Denmark

 

Axel Auge, Saint-Cyr Military Academy (France)

French officers in civil academy: The professional group in marge

 

Michele Negri, University of Tuscia – Viterbo, Italy

The dual professionalism: the officer of the Italian Military Health

 

Morten Brænder, Aarhus University, with Marenne M. Jansen, & Rene Moelker

What sets the officer apart? - A comparative study of curricula in officer training programmes

 

Kathryn Marie Fisher, National Defense University, College of International Security Affairs (Joint Special Operations Master of Arts Program)

Creativity, responsibility, and critique: Situating “critical” in graduate military education

 

Session 8 – Round Table: Contending with the Post-millenial cohort

Monday, September 26th, 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Room 419

 

Chair: Sabina Frederic, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina

 

Author: Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College, Canada Discussants: Joseph Soeters, Netherlands Defence Academy/Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Lindy Heinecken, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

 

Session 9 - The Military in new security scenarios: possibilities, constraints and challenges. An approach from Latin America I

Monday, September 26th, 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Room 420

 

Chair: Andrés de Castro García, ANEPE, Chile

 

Carolina Sancho Hiraane, ANEPE, Chile

Organized Crime (OC) in Latin America during the first half of the century: a role for the armed forces or the police?            

               

Andres de Castro Garcia, ANEPE, Chile

Defense - Security and Armed Forces - Police: two debates that should be differentiated in South America             

 

Manuela Trindade Viana, PUC-Rio, Brazil

Beyond the police-military boundary: exploring the split between schools and training centers in Colombia and its implications to violence in Latin America

 

Palloma Valle Menezes, CPDOC/FGV, Brazil

The crisis of the “pacification” and the role of the state’s armed forces in the Olympic Games Rio 2016    

 

Session 10 - Feminist debates on the exercise of power and the use of force

Monday, September 26th, 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Room 409

 

Chair: Laura Masson, UNSAM, Argentina

 

Maj Hedegaard HeiselbergDepartment of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

A Distant War? Navigating the moral landscapes of war as a soldier's wife       

 

Laura Masson, UNSAM, Argentina; Victoria Pereyra, Warwick University, United Kingdom

Motherhood and the redefinition of the military profession: gender transformations and military values in the Armed Forces in Argentina

 

Özgen Dilan Bozgan, IDAES/UNSAM, Argentina   

From victims to “liberated women”: Kurdish women's emancipation process through military action           

 

               

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 17:30-18:30

 

 

BOOK RELEASES/AUTHORS MEET CRITICS
Room 308

 

               Kathryn Fisher (2015), Security, Identity, and British Counterterrorism Policy, Palgrav Macmillan

               Helena Carreiras, Celso Castro and Sabina Frederic (2016), Researching the Military,
               London & New York, Routledge

 

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 18:30-20:00

 

 

RC01 Business Meeting
Room 1407

 

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 9:00-10:45

 

 

Semiplenary 5 - Cultural Minorities and the Armed Forces

Tuesday, September, 27th, 9:00 - 10:45 a.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Tibor Tresch, Swiss Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, Swiss Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Integration of Cultural Minorities into the Swiss Armed Forces

               

Uros Svete, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Olivera Injac, University Donja Gorica, Montenegro        

Postmodern Military as a cohesive Factor for Antagonistic (Parallel) Political Communities? Comparative analysis of Slovenia and Montenegro

               

Morten Brænder, Aarhus University, Denmark, Jacob Georg Lindenskov Petersen, “Don’t bring the boys back home” – An in-depth study of Faroese veterans after their service in Afghanistan

 

 

Semiplenary 6 – Challenges to gender integration in the Military

Tuesday, September 27th, 9:00 - 10:45 a.m., Aud 1333

 

Chair: Helena Carreiras, ISCTE- University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal

 

Fatima Farina, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy

The Female Frontline: Italian women in the Afghan Mission  

 

Giovana Esther Zucatto, IESP – UERJ, Brazil

Female participation in the Armed Forces: the Brazilian experience   

 

Lindy Heinecken, Stellenbosch University, South Africa       

Are women ‘really’ making a unique contribution to peacekeeping? The rhetoric and the reality 

 

Tumwerinde Emmanuel Aturinde, Ministry of Defence, Uganda People's Defence Forces, Uganda

Integrating women soldiers in peacekeeping operations: a case of Uganda’s AMISOM operations in Somalia       

 

Alejandro Jose Alvarez, Argentina Ministry of Defense, Argentina

Incorporating the gender perspective into the work of the armed and security forces

 

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 11:00-12:45

 

 

Semiplenary 7 – Special Professions in the Military

Tuesday, September 27th, 11:00-12:45, Aud 537

 

Chair: Uros Svete, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Joseph Soeters, Netherlands Defence Academy/Tilburg University, The Netherlands Special professions in the military 

 

Eugenio Cusumano, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

In-house or outsource? Special professions and contractor support to military operations            

 

Iván Poczynok, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

The evolution of military intelligence in Argentina. A crossroad between internal politics, international alignments and strategic challenges          

    

 

Semiplenary 8 - 50 Shades of green: Officer Identities in Times of Change

Tuesday, September, 27th, 11:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m., Aud 1333

 

Chair: Morten Braender, Aarhus University, Denmark

 

Marenne Mei Jansen, Radboud University & Royal Netherlands Military Academy – Breda, The Netherlands

An Ethnography on military character building”

 

Alejandra Navarro, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Looking for the professional identity of Argentinean army officers: breaking and continuity

 

Fernando Bessa, Nuno Faria, Luís Malheiro, Ana Xavier, CISDI Lisbon, Helena Carreiras, Patricia Ávila (ISCTE, Lisbon University Institute)

Becoming an Officer: Sociological Portraits of Cadets in Portuguese Military Academies

 

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 14:00-15:30

 

 

Session 11 - 50 Shades of Green: Meaning-making in the Military Profession

Tuesday, September 27th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Rene Moelker, Royal Netherlands Military Academy – Breda, The Netherlands

 

Soili Paananen, Finnish National Defence University, Finland

Sensemaking in asymmetric - a challenge to the military profession?

 

Vilhelm Stefan Holsting, Institute of Leadership & Organization, Royal Danish Defence College

The transformation of professional values in military officership - In the tension between professional and political criteria of quality

 

Samuel Rivera-Paez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Bogotá

Collective and personal identities in the Colombian officer corps

 

Session 12 - The Military in new security scenarios: possibilities, constraints and challenges. An approach from Latin America II

Tuesday, September 27th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Aud 1333

 

Chair: Andres de Castro Garcia

 

Monique Sochaczewski Goldfeld, Brazilian Army Command and General Staff College (Escola de Comando e Estado-Maior do Exército), Brazil

Arabs and “Israelites” in Brazilian borders  

 

Guillermo Holzmann, Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile

Role of the armed forces in a scenario of extended and complex security. Analysis of political and institutional factors.

               

Omar Gutierrez, Center for Strategic Studies, Chilean Navy, Chile

The Chilean military profession. From divergence to convergence?

 

Session 13- The military and peace processes

Tuesday, September 27th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Room 419

 

Chair: Uros Svete, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Rialize Ferreira, Dept of Sociology, University of South Africa (UNISA), South Africa

Military involvement in post-conflict transformation in African peace-building    

                                              

Ian Liebenberg, Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science, South Africa

South African Defence Diplomacy from Mandela to Zuma

 

Unsal Sigri, Ufuk Basar, A. Kadir Varoglu, Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey

The Role of Cultural Awareness in Cross Cultural Contexts: A Case of Turkish Peacekeepers   

 

Lisa Karlborg, Swedish Defence University, Sweden

Close Encounters: Exploring Noncombat Contact and the Sense of Soldierly Duty in Afghanistan             

 

Bruno Barbosa Fett de Magalhães, Escola de Comando e Estado-Maior do Exército, Brazil

Asymmetrical wars and humanitarianism

 

Session 14 – Researching the Military II

Tuesday, September 27th, 14:00-15:30, Room 420

 

Chair: Celso Castro, FGV, Brazil

 

Oleh Ivanov, National-University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology, Ukraine                      

Sociology of the Military in Ukraine: State of the Art and Future Challenges

 

Sabrina PfisterSwiss Military Academy at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Political stability and the impact on confidence level in institutions                                

               

Michael HolenwegerSwiss Military Academy at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

Media coverage and the military

               

Michele Negri, University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy

Going towards a common postmodern military culture        

    

Fatima Farina, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy; Maria Grazia Galantino, Unitelma Sapienza, Italy

Entering the Men’s House: Gender Relations in the Field Research Experience.The Italian case             

 

Session 15 - Brazilian civil-military relations in the Strategic and Defense Studies postgraduate level

Tuesday, September 27th, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Room 409

 

Chair: André Panno Beirão, Brazilian Naval War College, Brazil

 

Carlos Cesar de Castro Deonisio, Universidade da Força Aérea – UNIFA, Brazil

The Graduate program at the Air Force Command

               

Gisele Gomes Silva, UFMG - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

Military postgraduate education in Brazil: a social perspective of civil-military relations  

 

William de Sousa Moreira, Escola de Guerra Naval, Brazil

The Postgraduate Program in Maritime Studies and the civil-military cooperation

 

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 15:30-17:15

 

 

Session 16 – Military Service and Personnel Issues

Tuesday, September 27th, 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Aud 537

 

Chair: Adriana Marques, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil

 

Kadir Varoglu, Unsal Sigri, Ufuk Basar, Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey

A Comparison of Countries on Recruits’ Satisfaction with Military Basic Training

 

Helena CarreirasISCTE-University Institute of LisbonPortugalCésar Reis, Antônio Cardoso, João Rodrigues, Defence Ministry, Portugal

Who joins the military and why? A sociological study of enlisted personnel in the Portuguese Armed Forces               

 

Helena Carreiras, ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal César Reis, António Cardoso, Joāo Rodrigues, Defence Ministry, Portugal              

Who joins the military and why? A sociological study of enlisted personnel in the Portuguese Armed Forces

 

Leena Parmar, Rajasthan University, Jaipur, India; Major Daljit Singh

Veterans and Society: Indian Army Veterans and the Issue of O.R.O.P. - Conceptual Reality

 

Vesa Leppänen, David Nilsson and Ann-Margreth E. Olsson Department of Sociology, Lund University, Sweden

The individual soldier: New demands and their articulation by Swedish soldiers             

 

Session 17 - Women in the Armed Forces: perspectives from the last 30 years

Tuesday, September 27th, 15:45- 17:15, Aud 1333

 

Chair: Adriana Marques, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil

 

Adriana A. Marques, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ),Brazil

Women in Defense Studies: the Brazilian case

 

Andrea Rinaldo, Military Academy at ETH Zurich, Switzerland           

Integration of women in the Swiss armed forces: target state and status-quo

 

Danielle Jacon Ayres Pinto, Federal University of Santa Maria/UFSM, Brazil; Elany Almeida de Souza, Federal University of Santa Maria/UFSM – Brazil

The intelligence service in Brazil and the women´s action in the building of strategic knowledge in defense area  

 

Sabrina Evangelista Medeiros, Brazilian Naval War College, Brazil; Mariana Alves da Cunha Kalil, University of Brasília, Brazil

Inter-American Cooperation and conflicting paradigms on gender and armed forces     

 

Session 18 - Brazil and the United Nations Peacekeeping political, economic, military and logistical perspectives

Tuesday, September, 27th, 15:45- 17:15, Room 419

 

Chair: Luiz Rogério Franco Goldoni, Escola de Comando e Estado-Maior do Exército, Brazil 

 

Sérgio Luiz Cruz Aguilar, UNESP,Brazil

Brazil and the United Nations Peacekeeping operations: an overview

 

Alvaro Vasconcelos Studart, Edson Aita Escola de Comando e Estado-Maior do Exército (ECEME)/Instituto Meira Mattos, Brazil

The Brazilian participation in the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) through Military Observers  

 

Christoph Harig, King's College London, United Kingdom

The ‘Police-isation’ of the Military? Feedback Effects between UN Peacekeeping and Military Deployments in Brazil.         

 

Luiz Rogério Franco Goldoni, George Alberto Garcia de Oliveira and Rodrigo Damasceno Sales, Escola de Comando e Estado-Maior do Exército, Brazil

Analysis of the Brazilian Military Logistical Operations in Haiti              

 

Session 19 - Housing the military II

Tuesday, September, 27th, 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Room 420

 

Chair: Márcio Moraes Valença, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

 

Cristina Rodrigues da Silva, Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil

Brazilian Military families and the experiences of remote basing          

 

Lorena Petrovich Pereira de Carvalho, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

Management of housing estates by the military: overview of actions taken in RN             

 

Rubenilson Brazão Teixeira, , Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte

Preparing the city for the war: military bases at Dakar and Natal during World War II

 

 

Conference by Prof. Sabina Frederic (Universidad Nacional de Quilmes) – Transformaciones de la Profesión Militar en Argentina (conference in Spanish)

Tuesday, September, 27th , 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., Room 409     

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 17:30-18:30

 

 

CLOSING SESSION, Aud 12th floor

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH

 

 

- Morning: visit to the Brazilian Naval War College and to the Brazilian Naval Academy, including lunch, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
- Afternoon: visit to the Brazilian Army Command and General Staff School and to the Fort of Copacabana. 2:00 – 5:30 p.m.

 

   

 

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