Conference NATO@70: The Role of the Transatlantic Community in the Past, Present, and Future
Save the date for 8th February for the conference "NATO@70: The Role of the Transatlantic Community in the Past, Present, and Future". Invitation and programme for the conference will be available soon. The organizing team from the Institute of International Relations Prague, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and from the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung - Representation in the Czech Republic is looking forward to welcoming everyone at the Czernin Palace.
8. 2. 2019 (9:00)
Czernin Palace, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Loretánské nám. 5, Prague 1
In 2019, the Czech Republic celebrates 20 years since its entry into NATO, which was itself established 70 years ago in 1949. An important part of a series of events celebrating these anniversaries here in the Czech Republic will be the conference “NATO@70: The Role of the Transatlantic Community in the Past, Present, and Future”. It will be held at the Czernin Palace of the MFA on 8 February. Speakers from across the Transatlantic area will discuss not only the history of NATO, but also current challenges and threats as well as possible future development of the Alliance.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the event.
The registrations are closed due to limited capacity. Thank you for understanding.
Day 1 08/02/2019
Plenary session 1: NATO in the Past: Washington Treaty between 1949 and 1999
Topics: Art. 5, Franco-American relations, Harmel report, enlargement 1999/Czech entry
Plenary session 2: NATO Today : What to Focus on? Current Challenges and Threats
Topics: Russia, hybrid, terrorism, readiness, mobility, expenditures, resilience
Plenary session 3: NATO in the Future: What kind of the Alliance at Its Centenary in 2049
Topics: enlargement, Transatlantic link, European defence, China, future forces: women
Glass of wine
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Prague