Peter Schmidt is Honorary Professor at the University of Mannheim and a former senior fellow of the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik in Berlin. He organizes regular international crisis management simulation with Queen's University and has published widely on issues of European security, transatlantic relations, regional crisis management, and sustainability questions of the armed forces. Benjamin Zyla joined the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa as an Assistant Professor in July 2011. He holds a PhD from the Royal Military College of Canada, an MA from Carleton University, and bachelor degrees from Uppsala University and the University of Gttingen. His research interests include international security, international organizations & global governance, and foreign policy analysis.
1. European Security Policy: Strategic Culture in Operation? Peter Schmidt and Benjamin Zyla EUROPEAN STRATEGIC CULTURE 2. Lets Call the Whole Thing Off? Security Culture as Strategic Culture David G. Haglund 3. EU Strategic Culture: When the Means Becomes the End Per M. Norheim-Martinsen 4. Strategic Culture and the Common Security and Defense Policy: A Classical Realist Assessment and Critique Sten Rynning TESTING STRATEGIC CULTURE: MILITARY OPERATIONS 5. From Words to Deeds: Strategic Culure and the European Unions Balkan Military Missions Charles C. Pentland 6. EUs Military Involvement in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Security Culture, Interests and Games Peter Schmidt 7. The Failure of a European Strategic Culture: EUFOR CHAD: The Last of its kind? Jean Yves Haine TESTING STRATEGIC CULTURE: CIVILIAN OPERATIONS 8. In Search of aTtrademark: EU Civilian Operations in Africa Reinhardt Rummel 9. Putting Ideas into Action: EU Civilian Crisis Management in the Western Balkans Arnold H. Kammel CONNECTING: THE EU, UN AND NATO 10. Strategic Culture and Multilateralism: The interplay of the EU and the UN in conflict and crisis management Ingo Peters 11. Overlap or Opposition? EU and NATOs Strategic (Sub-)Culture Benjamin Zyla