This project will investigate the link between the production of geographical knowledge (by the European Union, its Member States and their navies) and the normalization of the practice of projecting security beyond the Union’s external boundary, with an emphasis on the discourse on maritime security and piracy.
Principal Investigator: Basil Germond
Read the latest updates on this project:
- Dr Basil Germond invited to give a talk in the ESRC Seminar Series 2012-14: ‘NATO after Afghanistan’ (29 October 2013)
As an EU maritime specialist, CASS Project Leader Basil Germond was invited to contribute to the panel on the future of NATO in counter-piracy and counter-terrorism by discussing the EU’s experience and what lessons NATO can learn from the Union. Basil’s talk stressed the different levels of readings when it comes to interpreting the narrative …
- CASS Project Leader Basil Germond attends Chiefs of European Navies (CHENS) annual meeting (30 May 2013)
CASS Project Leader Dr Basil Germond attended the Chiefs of European Navies (CHENS) annual meeting in Athens on the 10th of May 2013. CHENS is an informal forum, which brings together the Chiefs of European Navies with the aim to “promote understanding between navies of the member countries, to examine issues of common and mutual interest …