Webinar Invite | Clausewitz and the War in Ukraine

 By Centre for Land Warfare Studies

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Welcomes You for a Webinar


Clausewitz and the War in Ukraine


LTC (GS) Matthias Wasinger, MOS Ph.D

(Defence Planner, Capacity Building Directorate,
Operations Divisions, NATO Headquarters, Brussels)

Wednesday, 29 June 2022, 1000-1130 Hrs

  Chanakya Hall, CLAWS, Delhi Cantt


About the Speaker

LTC (GS) Matthias WASINGER, MOS Ph.D. is an Austrian Army Officer currently serving as a Defence Planner at the Capacity Building Directorate, Operations Divisions with the NATO Headquarters, Brussels. His rich operational experience includes appointments of the Chief G5 with the 7th Infantry Brigade, stationed at Klagenfurt, attachment as a Staff Officer with the Military Strategic Planning Division, Ministry of Defence in Vienna, Chief of Staff of the Multinational Battle Group-West with the KFOR, a NATO-led international peacekeeping force in Kosovo, Staff Officer CJ5 with the European Naval Force at the European Union Operations Headquarters.

He is an alumnus of the prestigious US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, and the Austrian Armed Forces Joint General Staff Course  Austrian National Defense Academy.
His academic accolades include a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, from the University of Vienna. He is the author of two books titled, The amphibious operations in Italy during world war II, published in Vienna by the National Defense Academy, and the Handbook Campaigning: Operational Art, Planning, and Leadership, also published in Vienna by the National Defense Academy.


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