On Tuesday, November 9th, 2010, the Atlantic Council’s International Security Program and the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) held a panel discussion entitled “What Do Europeans Want from NATO?”

The public event served as the rollout for the new EUISS report offering European perspectives on the future of the transatlantic alliance in advance of the joint NATO and U.S.-EU summits in Lisbon. The report offers recommendations for NATO’s future and suggestions for how NATO might work more closely with the EU and facilitate closer U.S.-EU ties.

Click here to read the EUISS Report

Álvaro de Vasconcelos, Director of EUISS, and Daniel Keohane, Senior Research Fellow at EUISS, presented the findings of the report, and Atlantic Council Board Member and former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Robert Hunter provided American commentary on report’s conclusions. 

This effort complements the work of the Atlantic Council’s Strategic Advisors Group to foster a robust conversation among North American and European voices on the future of the NATO Alliance.