Royal Monastery of Yuste, 6-9 July
Nowadays energy constitutes one of the main concerns of the States, especially those which are heavily dependent on foreign sources of supply. Recent events have highlighted the need to analyse and reflect on the value of supply sources, as well as their strategic projections, without underestimating environmental protection. The existence of international and internal conflicts evokes unavoidable geostrategic dimensions in which the link between politics, the economy, security and energy is evident.
Study and reflection on these issues constitute the main objective of this course, addressing topics such as the transformation of international contexts under the influence of geostrategic interests which compromise international security and the economy. The European Union is no stranger to these issues and is immersed today in debates and the making of important decisions in different areas, including the achieving of a greater implementation of the so-called renewable energies. These considerations have a direct impact on the Spanish energy policy and are reflected in the regional economy of Extremadura.
This summer course includes workshops for personal and professional training of participants, aiming at enlarging knowledge and capacities in: oratory and negotiation, excellence team building, and communication and social networks to the development of personal image.
The working language of the summer courses is Spanish. Interpretation will not be available.
Director: Juan Manuel Rodríguez Barrigón. University of Extremadura.
Co-director: Jorge Urbaneja Cillán. University of Extremadura.
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