Vice Chair, NTI
On September 12, the German Marshall Fund of the United States will be hosting a discussion on the findings from "Building Mutual Security in the Euro-Atlantic Region," the report of a track II dialogue co-chaired by Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor Ivanov, and Sam Nunn, together with a group of over 30 former senior political and military leaders and experts drawn from Europe, Russia, and the United States.
"Building Mutual Security" proposes a new approach to security in the Euro-Atlantic region, including the obstacles posed by a corrosive lack of trust and looming uncertainties in the European and global strategic landscape. The report outlines practical steps that can be taken today on nuclear and conventional weapons, missile defense, cyber-security, and other pressing issues.
To attend, contact Jago Kosolosky at +32 223 852 91 or [email protected]
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