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C.Phil. Stephan DE SPIEGELEIRE Senior Scientist, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, The Hague

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1984 B.A. Stephan studied Slavic Philology , KU Leuven
1986/1987 Master's degrees, International Affairs, Graduate Institute for International Studies, Geneva; School for International and Public Affairs of Columbia University, New York
1988-1989 Member of the Defense Study Center, Koninklijk Hoger Instituut voor Defensie [Royal Defense College], Brussels, Belgium
1989-1993 Fellow at RAND Center for Russia and Eurasia, Santa Monica, California
1993 C.Phil, in Political Science, University of California in Los Angeles
1993-1996 Staff member, Department of International Relations - Eastern Europe and CIS, Head of Policy Analysis and Methodology Working Group, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Ebenhausen, Germany
1996-1999 Senior Research Fellow, with a focus on European defence issues and relations with Russia and Ukraine, Western European Union Institute for Security Studies, Paris, France
1999-2000 Associate Political Scientist, RAND, Santa Monica, CA, USA
2000-2005 Deputy Programme Director for Defence and Security, RAND, Leiden
  Main substantive focus - European defence transformation, Security foresight, Forward defence and security planning under uncertainty, NATO, ESDP/CFSP, Network-centrism
since 2005 Director Defence Transformation/Senior Scientist TNO Defence and Security, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands
since 2006 Instructor, War and Diplomacy, Russian History, Security Policy Analysis, Webster University Leiden

Publications

among others:
Taking the Battle Upstream: Towards a Role for NATO in Defence Benchmarking? July 2011
Future Contours of Conflict, HCSS Monograph, January 2011
HCSS Future Issue - Cybersecurity, 2011
World Foresight Forum 2011. Grand Challenges for a New Era, HCSS Report No 05 | 09 | 10, September 2010
STRONG in the 21st Century. Strategic Orientation and Navigation Guidance in Deep Uncertainty. HCSS Studies No 4, July 2010. "Strategic Agility and Defence Capability Options: Who Says Generals Can t Dance?", Deelverkenning III, Aanbodzijde. Houvast voor de krijgsmacht van de toekomst [Future Policy Survey], Netherlands Ministry of Defence, May 2010.
Closing The Loop. Towards Strategic Defence Management, March 2009