The Future of Allied Security: Expectations for the NATO Summit

DGAP's Morning Briefing
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This episode, the panel focuses on the NATO summit that will be held from July 9 to 11 in Washington, DC. Its agenda could hardly be more demanding for outgoing Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. A major point – also as Europeans prepare themselves for a potential second US presidency of Donald Trump – will be transatlantic burden-sharing and shifting. Further salient topics include support for Ukraine, the implementation of new defense plans in the Baltics and elsewhere, and new defense partnerships in the Indo-Pacific. Our experts gauge the expectations for and possible outcomes of this key summit in NATO’s 75th year. Speakers: Kristi Raik, Deputy Director, International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS) Aylin Matlé, Research Fellow, Center for Security and Defense, DGAP Chair: Jan Stöckmann, Head of the Director’s Office, DGAP Please note that – after our Special Morning Briefing on Monday, July 8, to discuss the French parliamentary elections – this format will be on summer break until late August.




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