Twenty years ago, the 1994 Brussels Summit marked the beginning of NATO’s post-Cold War expansion. It was a process that resonated differently on opposite sides of the former “iron curtain” in the midst of complex and evolving relations between Russia and the West. This year will be no less pivotal for European security as the crisis in Ukraine brings renewed attention to Eastern Europe and the drawdown of NATO forces in Afghanistan continues. Amid these new and ongoing challenges, NATO will hold a summit in September to chart its future course. This panel of distinguished senior officials and experts will reflect on the steps that created Europe’s current security architecture, as well as the advantages and constraints NATO will face in addressing the security challenges of the 21st century.
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- Director, President and CEO, Wilson Center
- U.S. Secretary of Defense
- Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
- Distinguished Scholar
- Global Fellow
- Former Prime Minister of Poland
- Former Foreign Minister of Russia, 1991-1996