Poland and the future of European defence: Warsaw Security Forum

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Friends of Europe is partnering with the Casimir Pulaski Foundation for their flagship summit, the Warsaw Security Forum, a leading two-day conference in Central and Eastern Europe, devoted to issues of international security, military affairs, cyber threats, transatlantic cooperation, as well as challenges and opportunities lying ahead not only for Poland, but the entire region of Central and Eastern Europe.

Friends of Europe is delighted to be a partner of the Warsaw Security Forum, which will see the launch of the executive summary and key recommendations of its upcoming report entitled “’Fort Trump’ or bust: Poland and the future of European defence”.

The full programme of the Warsaw Security Forum can be accessed here.


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NATO Defence and Deterrence – what comes next for the Eastern Flank?
Expand NATO Defence and Deterrence – what comes next for the Eastern Flank?

With the participation of

Jamie Shea

Senior Fellow for Peace, Security and Defense at Friends of Europe, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

Report Presentation ““Fort Trump” or bust? Poland and the future of European defence”
Expand Report Presentation ““Fort Trump” or bust? Poland and the future of European defence”

Speaker

Paul Taylor

Senior Fellow for Peace, Security and Defence, Friends of Europe; author or “After the Ice”, “Crossing the Wilderness”, and “Murky Waters”

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The Future of the European Defence Technological and Industrial Base – Significance of the European Defence Fund
Expand The Future of the European Defence Technological and Industrial Base – Significance of the European Defence Fund

With the participation of

Paul Taylor

Senior Fellow for Peace, Security and Defence, Friends of Europe; author or “After the Ice”, “Crossing the Wilderness”, and “Murky Waters”

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Jamie Shea

Senior Fellow for Peace, Security and Defense at Friends of Europe, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

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Retiring from NATO in September 2018 after 38 years at the organisation, Jamie Shea has occupied a number of senior positions at NATO across a wide range of areas, including external relations, press and media, and policy planning. As NATO’s spokesperson, he was the face of the Alliance during the Bosnia and Kosovo conflicts. He later worked as the Director of Policy Planning in the private office of former Secretary General Rasmussen during the preparation of NATO’s 2010 Strategic Concept. Shea is also a regular lecturer and conference speaker on NATO and European security affairs.

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Paul Taylor

Senior Fellow for Peace, Security and Defence, Friends of Europe; author or “After the Ice”, “Crossing the Wilderness”, and “Murky Waters”

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Paul is a Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe and the author of Friends of Europe’s European Defence Cooperation report series. A Paris-based journalist, he also writes the “Europe at Large” column for Politico. He previously spent four decades working for Reuters as a foreign correspondent in Paris, Tehran, Bonn and Brussels, as bureau chief in Israel/Palestine, Berlin and Brussels, as chief correspondent in France, as diplomatic editor in London, and finally as European affairs editor. His assignments have included covering the Iranian revolution, the Cold War Euromissile crisis, the 1991 Gulf War, German reunification, the Maastricht summit, France in the 1990s, EU enlargement, the Eurozone crisis and the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt.

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