On December 9 we organized, in cooperation with Centre for European Policy Studies and European Policy Institutes Network, an international conference in the framework of the Think Visegrad in Brussels project. The report summarizing the debate and the issues relating to the V4 countries is now available.
The conference took place on Wednesday, 9 December from 9:30 to 13:00 CET at the CEPS Conference room (Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels).
The purpose of the seminar was to provide platform for deliberations on current security challenges from the Visegrad perspective. The Visegrad region currently finds itself in a unique position of balancing out its commitments that it had made at the NATO Summits in Wales and Warsaw with its newly assumed position of driving support for further cooperation on the defence issues within the EU.
You can download the report through the PDF button on the right of this article.#EU security #Visegrad #V4 #Central Europe #report
Areas of expertise: EU foreign policy, European External Action Service, EU Delegations; EU institutions; TTIP and transatlantic relations; EU enlargement and Central Europe; North Korea; Germany (foreign and domestic politics, particularly in the Eastern parts of Germany).