International Relations in Professional Military Education

From Territorial Defence to Expeditionary Forces. Mastering International Relations and Coping with Different Cultures Has Become a Strategic Necessity for Danish Officers

Dorthe Nyemann & Jørgen Staun
Danish Army Academy
Royal Danish Defence College

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About The Author

Associate Professor Dorthe Nyemann has taught International Relations, Foreign Policy, International Public Law and Cultural Studies at the Danish Army Academy for the last 11 years. She has a background in the Ministry of Education and is part of a team working on the transformation of the education of Officers to fit new political demands and attract new types of students.

Jørgen Staun is Ph.D. in International Relations from University of Copenhagen. He is Associate Professor at the Royal Danish Defence College (RDDC), Institute for Strategy. Before coming to the RDDC he was a project researcher at the Danish Institute for International Relations (DIIS). His main area of research is Russian foreign and security policy. His latest report at the RDDC Publishing House is “Russia’s Strategy in the Arctic.

To Cite This Article

Nyemann, Dorthe and Staun, Jørgen, “From Territorial Defence to Expeditionary Forces. Mastering International Relations and Coping with Different Cultures Has Become a Strategic Necessity for Danish Officers,” Infinity Journal Special Edition, “International Relations in Professional Military Education,” winter 2016, pages 35-39.