Quarterly security briefing #3

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Quarterly security briefing #3

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The increasing pace of change in international security makes the ability to schedule debriefings quickly to react to current affairs an important tool for central players on peace, security and defence issues. The aim of Friends of Europe’s quarterly security briefings is to react and clarify topical issues at regular intervals and immediately after. Our briefings reinforce a security community in Brussels that meets regularly to discuss key challenges to security.

Our third quarterly security briefing will address the results and outcomes of the NATO Defence Ministerial Meeting, taking place on October 23-24 in Brussels. This briefing will offer an opportunity to clarify, discuss and evaluate key topical issues regarding the future cooperation on European and transatlantic defence and security.


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Our third quarterly security briefing will take place right after the NATO Defence Ministerial Meeting. We will bring together small group of experts and decision-makers from across the public-private divide for a candid discussion on the outcomes of the meeting. The aim will be to clarify, discuss and evaluate key topical issues regarding the future cooperation on European and transatlantic defence and security. This briefing will offer an opportunity to immediately scrutinize agreements, results and decisions including their implications.

  • What are the main security challenges and threats to the transatlantic alliance in 2019 and beyond?
  • What are the latest developments in the transatlantic defence cooperation?
  • What will be on the agenda for the NATO Summit in London in December?
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Jamie Shea

Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe and Former Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO (2010-2018)

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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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