Institute Names First Director of RUSI Europe
The Royal United Services Institute recently (01 March 2019) announced the appointment of Peter Brorsen as the first Director of RUSI Europe. The office will be located in Brussels.
RUSI Director General Dr Karin von Hippel said: ‘Peter comes to us with a rich mix of expertise and experience in conflict management and security sector reform. Peter will help manage RUSI's relationships with the European Union, member states and NATO.’
Peter Brorsen’s biography can be found here.
Peter Brorsen recently said:
‘RUSI’s security and defence insights are highly regarded across Europe. The establishing of RUSI Europe brings this expertise to the doorstep of EU institutions, NATO and the EU Member States.’
‘Our objective is to deliver first-class thinking to European security and defence stakeholders. RUSI is committed to help resolve Europe’s most pressing security challenges. Our Europe Team will be engaging with RUSI’s characteristic sense of purpose, applying evidence-based methods to our research, and offering jargon-free, pragmatic options.’
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