Seminar Moderated By
Ms. Anna Wieslander
Director for Northern Europe
The Swedish Defense Commission, in collaboration with the Atlantic Council and the Delegation of the Swedish Parliament to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, are pleased to invite you to a seminar on the future of the European security order.
H.E. Björn von Sydow
Swedish Defense Commission
Panel I: What Order? Perspectives on the Transformation of the European Security Architecture
Dr. Daniela Schwarzer
German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
Dr. Thorniké Gordadzé
Senior Adviser for Teaching, Studies and Research
Institute for Higher National Defense Studies
Panel II: Institutions or Spheres of Interest? Consequences for the Future of Europe
Dr. Teija Tiilikainen
Finnish Institute of International Affairs
H.E. Fredrik Löjdquist
Ambassador of Sweden to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
Mr. Fabrice Pothier
Senior Fellow, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security
H.E. Karin Enström
Delegation of the Swedish Parliament to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly
The developments in the coming years will determine the future shape of the European security order. What will be the ability of the present institutions to address and deal with challenges? Which kind of transformation is necessary? Is there a need for a new European Security Conference? What can be expected from major European states such as the United Kingdom, France and Germany? How should smaller countries ensure sovereignty and freedom of action? Is there a real possibility that Europe will end up with a “Yalta II” solution for its security?
This event is open to press and on the record.
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