Panel debate with U.S. Ambassador to NATO Douglas E. Lute addressing current security threats and actions which should be taken by NATO as well as the U.S. point of view.
NATO Warsaw Summit scheduled on July 2016 seems to be more important than any other NATO gathering in the last decade. NATO members are facing unprecedented security challenges. Russian aggressive behaviour in Eastern Europe as well as recent developments in the Middle East together with more and more sophisticated cyber threats have shaken security of NATO members. The Warsaw Summit has to bring comprehensive solutions to newly emerged threats and credible commitments of all Alliance members. It may re-shape the foundations on which has NATO operated since the end of the Cold War.
- H.E. Douglas E. Lute, Ambassador of the United States to the NATO, Brussels
- Alexandr Vondra, Director of the Prague Centre for Transatlantic Relations, Prague
- Tomáš Karásek, Member of Supervisory Board, AMO / Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
American Center PragueMap
- U.S. Embassy Prague, Slovak Atlantic Commission
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