- Mar 2, 2015
Please join us for a timely discussion with Dr. Liam Fox, member of the British Parliament and former UK secretary of state for defence, on the state of UK-U.S. relations ahead of key British parliamentary and U.S. presidential elections, and in light of the growing security threats posed by a revisionist Russia and the Islamic State.
- Jan 15, 2015
Please join us for a discussion with leading Russian opposition figure and State Duma Deputy Ilya Ponomarev on the situation in Russia and Eastern Europe, Russia’s pro-democracy opposition, and the development of U.S.-Russia relations. Ilya Ponomarev is a Social Democrat and a member of the State Duma representing the city of Novosibirsk.
- Dec 8, 2014
Featuring a disucssion with
Dr. Angel Rabasa
Senior Political Scientist at RAND Corporation
Dr. Cheryl Benard
President of ARCH International
Adjunct Researcher at RAND Corporation
- Nov 14, 2014
Please join us for an important discussion that will assess the new dynamics in Europe’s security landscape and evaluate the challenges of the past year in light of the upcoming one-year anniversary of the Euromaidan revolution in Ukraine.
- Nov 4, 2014
In light of recent and troubling maritime and airspace incursion incidents in the Baltic Sea region, this roundtable will examine and assess the impact of NATO’s Readiness Action Plan, European Reassurance Initiative, as well as future exercise and training plans for Northern Europe.
- Nov 3, 2014
Please join us for a CSIS Statesmen's Forum, featuring Prof. Yannis Maniatis, the Greek Minister of Environment, Energy, and Climate Change, on the shifting energy dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean and Europe. As Europe seeks to develop an Energy Union and to enhance its energy security and diversify its supply, recent energy discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean could offer an alternative. Greece has taken considerable steps to explore its own energy resource base and develop its energy infrastructure to enhance its domestic energy security.
- Oct 27, 2014
In Russia's invasion of Ukraine, history was presented as justification for war. Is there any resemblance between Russian justifications and historical consensus? What does it mean when ethnic claims trump international law? And should hate propaganda be seen simply as an instrument in one war, or an element of a larger strategy to destabilize the West?