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NATO’s Future Adaptation: Priorities for the New Strategic Concept
January 25, 2022 @ 7:30 am – 8:30 am
The German Marshall Fund of the United States is pleased to invite you on Tuesday, January 25 between 7:30 am and 8:30 am EDT to a virtual event on “NATO’s Future Adaptation: Priorities for the New Strategic Concept.“
- Amb. Julianne Smith, U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO
- Dr. Ian Lesser, Vice President,
The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- Dr. Christian Moelling, Research Director, DGAP
- Ms. Tania Lațici, Non-Resident Fellow, CEPA; Co-Coordinator of the Young Leaders Advisory Body on NATO 2030
- Ms. Teri Schultz, Independent Journalist
NATO will adopt its new Strategic Concept at the 2022 Madrid Summit. It will define the security challenges facing the alliance and outline the political and military tasks NATO will carry out to address them. NATO will be required to multitask, dealing both with traditional military threats but also with modern challenges such as cyber security and climate change. In this light, it is equally critical that NATO identify the resources and capabilities needed to implement the strategy and meet future threats. Which security challenges will define the next decade? How should the alliance adapt to today’s shifting world order? Please join us for a conversation about NATO’s Strategic Concept and futureproofing the alliance.
Tania Lațici is a Nonresident Fellow with the Transatlantic Leadership Program at the Center for European Policy Analysis where she contributes on matters related to transatlantic defense and the EU’s security and defense policy. She works full-time as a Policy Analyst on security and defense policy in the European Parliamentary Research Service – the in-house think tank of the European Parliament. Tania is also an Associate Fellow with the Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations, a Member of Women in International Security Brussels, and an Associate Expert at the New Strategy Center. She is also doing a part-time Ph.D. on transatlantic defense cooperation at the University of Ghent and with the European Security and Defence College. Previous distinctions include being a GLOBSEC Young Leader, a New Security Leader at the Warsaw Security Forum, and a Transatlantic Denton Fellow at CEPA. In 2020, she was appointed by Secretary General Stoltenberg to co-coordinate the NATO Young Leaders advisory body to assist the NATO2030 strategic reflection process. Past work experiences include the NATO Parliamentary Assembly and the transatlantic relations division at the European External Action Service.
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