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On November 14, the Federal Academy for Security Policy and the German Atlantic Association, co-hosted an international conference «A New NATO for New Challenges?» in Berlin. The participants of the conference — high-ranking politicians, military officials, diplomats, experts, and journalists from the Alliance member-states discussed the current and future security and stability challenges to the Alliance, desirable and necessary reforms of the basic NATO institutes and procedures, possible reactions of NATO to the recent most urgent political events (migration crisis in Europe, Brexit, Donald Trump’s U.S. presidency).

On November 14, the Federal Academy for Security Policy and the German Atlantic Association, co-hosted an international conference «A New NATO for New Challenges?» in Berlin.

The participants of the conference — high-ranking politicians, military officials, diplomats, experts, and journalists from the Alliance member-states discussed the current and future security and stability challenges to the Alliance, desirable and necessary reforms of the basic NATO institutes and procedures, possible reactions of NATO to the recent most urgent political events (migration crisis in Europe, Brexit, Donald Trump’s U.S. presidency).

Andrey Kortunov, Director General, RIAC, made a report at the Conference on Russia-NATO cooperation perspectives.

 Andrey Kortunov at NATOtalk16

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