News

NTI Co-Sponsors Dialogue on Euro-Atlantic Security in Sofia

Save to My Resources
In recent years, historical animosities and uncertainties in the global security landscape have hindered efforts to develop a fresh approach to Euro-Atlantic security. The crisis in Ukraine has exacerbated the problem, further undermining cooperation, increasing tensions and widening differences on a host of security, political, economic and other issues.
 
To address the crisis and engage a new generation of analysts and problem-solvers, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the European Leadership Network (ELN), the Munich Security Conference, the Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) have formed a younger generation Track II task force to focus on Euro-Atlantic security. Over a series of meetings throughout the region, the task force will explore a set of immediate and longer-term steps toward greater Euro-Atlantic security. 
 
On October 27-29, the group will meet for the first time in Sofia, Bulgaria, and the meeting will focus on Ukraine. Participants include a diverse group of young leaders from Ukraine and their counterparts from Europe, Russia and the United States who will share their perspectives on the future of Ukraine and Euro-Atlantic security. Participation is by invitation only.
 
This event is inspired by the experience and advice of Munich Security Conference Chairman Wolfgang Ischinger who co-chaired the first national dialogue in Ukraine earlier this year. The project is an outcome of the Building Mutual Security dialogue, co-sponsored by ELN, the Munich Security Conference and RIAC.
 
 
 
 

Stay Informed

Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest on nuclear and biological threats.

Sign Up




See All

Close

My Resources