6 episodes

For over 45 years, the JASON Institute for Peace and Security Studies has been engaged in informing students and young-professionals on matters of international peace and security. Tune in to learn more about pressing security challenges. Additionally JASON regularly organizes exclusive events with leading security stakeholders and publishes our own quarterly magazine containing sophisticated articles written by both young-professionals as well as prominent academics.

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For over 45 years, the JASON Institute for Peace and Security Studies has been engaged in informing students and young-professionals on matters of international peace and security. Tune in to learn more about pressing security challenges. Additionally JASON regularly organizes exclusive events with leading security stakeholders and publishes our own quarterly magazine containing sophisticated articles written by both young-professionals as well as prominent academics.

    Autonomous Weapons: the intricacies of Armed Drones

    Autonomous Weapons: the intricacies of Armed Drones

    Autonomous Weapons: the intricacies of Armed Drones

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Familiar Territory, Unfamiliar Challenges: Europe in NATO

    Familiar Territory, Unfamiliar Challenges: Europe in NATO

    In this episode of the Jason Institute's Lustrum podcast series, we return to the place where it all began: Europe. The security landscape in Europe has undeniably undergone significant transformation since NATO was founded in 1949, particularly with the evolution of the European Union. Today, much remains to be decided about the path of EU defense vis-a-vis or together with NATO, but in a world of ever increasing security challenges, doing nothing appears to be off the table. Do you want to learn about how Brexit has affected EU strategic defense talks and subsequent relations with NATO? What about how former American president Trump has, at least in the short term, has changed the attitude of several European states towards NATO? Then check out this most recent podcast where Bérenice Cabanne discusses these questions and others with Dutch Journalist Caroline de Gruyter.

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    • 35 min
    The United States in NATO - Contentious Relations

    The United States in NATO - Contentious Relations

    The United States was originally one of the driving forces behind NATO in the post World War II world. Over time, however, the role of the United States has transformed and evolved. From the end of the Cold War, to the post 9/11 world, the relationship between American national security and NATO objectives has been complex, made more complicated by changing security challenges and presidential administrations. How has the role of the United States in NATO changed overtime? How has 4 years of Trump affected NATO relations, and what challenges lie ahead for Biden? And what does the United States still stand to gain from NATO? In the Jason Institute's latest lustrum podcast episode, Bérénice Cabanne interviews Dr. Ruud Janssens, Professor of American Studies at the University of Amsterdam, to answer these questions and more.

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    • 51 min
    Pushing the Boundaries: NATO in the Middle East

    Pushing the Boundaries: NATO in the Middle East

    Today’s security landscape looks drastically different from that after the end of World War II, not only in regards to the type of threats actors face, but also where these threats are located. The same is true for NATO, who has gone beyond the borders of Europe and into a particularly contentious region: The Middle East. This has pushed NATO into new territory in terms of activities and operational environment. From regional dialogues to capacity building missions, NATO has expanded its roots in the Middle East, requiring its diplomatic actors to negotiate with leaders from extremely different political traditions than the typical western or post communist democracy in Europe. In this episode of the Jason Lustrum podcast series, Berenice Cabanne delves into the complexities of NATO engagement in the Middle East with Dr. Kevin Köhler, Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics at Leiden University, and former Research Advisor at the Middle East Faculty of the NATO Defense College in Rome. Tune in to this episode to learn more about the where, when, how, and why of NATO in the Middle East.

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    • 46 min
    The Changing Role of NATO: Challenges and Transformations Over Time

    The Changing Role of NATO: Challenges and Transformations Over Time

    Since its establishment at the end of World War II, NATO has been a prominent actor in security and defense, particularly for Western Europe. However, it is no secret that overtime, NATO has faced innumerable challenges in the context of a dynamic security environment, not the least with the end of the Cold War in 1989. While territorial defense remains the core objective of NATO, the organization has also had to cope with new challenges, internal and external. In this episode, Berenice Cabanne takes a deep dive into these challenges and changes with Dr. Niels van Willigen, associate professor of International Relations at Leiden University and Senior Analyst in the Peace & Security Section of the Global Governance Institute. Tune in to this episode to learn more about how NATO has evolved in the face of the changing security landscape, and the major challenges facing the organization today.

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    • 50 min
    Ep 1 - The dangers of social engineering

    Ep 1 - The dangers of social engineering

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed the nature of crime. With more and more people staying at home and having to resort to online shopping, cybercrime has experienced a meteoric rise. In the sphere of online scams, social engineering is the umbrella term coined to describe the various tactics used by cyber criminals. As JASON Institute’s first podcast episode, Bérénice Cabanne interviewed Dr. Tommy van Steen, a professor of Cybersecurity Governance from Leiden University. 

    Tune in to this podcast to know more about the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of social engineering and how to stay safe on the internet!

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    • 32 min

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