NATO in 2018: Limits and Opportunities in Responding to Existing and Emerging Challenges
As the world is counting down to the next NATO Summit set for 11 and 12 July, we are continuing our tradition by holding the third annual public discussion on NATO. This year, the discussion is called “NATO in 2018: Limits and Opportunities in Responding to Existing and Emerging Challenges”. It will take place on 15 June 2018 in Riga.
The full event agenda is available here
Registration is available here
In two panels of the discussion, policy makers and experts from Canada, Poland, Russia and the Baltic states will reflect on the relations between NATO and Russia in the context of NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence, as well as the emerging challenges in the Baltics and NATO’s role in responding to them.
The keynote speech will be given by Mr. Raimonds Vējonis, the President of the Republic of Latvia.
The discussion is organized by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs in a close cooperation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Riga, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Embassy of Canada to Latvia.
Published 02 June 2018