25 Mar. 2024

A case study evaluating education requirements for a comprehensive approach.

This article explores the professional paths of Energy Security experts from the NATO ENSEC COE and analyses the primary curricula they use to access this domain.

With this work, specific issues emerge, notably concerning access to this domain. Decision-makers must find solutions to overcome this problem, which this article proposes in the last part by exploring the challenges and the possible solutions.

The exploration encompasses the field’s interdisciplinary nature, the evolution of defense’s role in energy security, and the imperative to create an educational structure to meet organizations’ growing demand for expertise.