CEPA Conference on Transatlantic Security

President A. Wess Mitchell, Rep. Ed Royce, Foreign Minister Zaoralek

President A. Wess Mitchell, Rep. Ed Royce, Foreign Minister Zaoralek

Friends of Slovakia partnered with the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) to sponsor an October 1 Forum on “Transatlantic Security in a Cold Climate”. The Forum featured distinguished speakers from Central and Eastern Europe and the United States including President Ilves of Estonia and President Vejonis of Latvia, Czech Foreign Minister Zaoralek, former Polish Foreign Minister Sikorski, Slovak State Secretary Slobodnik, the Commander of U.S. Army Europe, LTG Hodges, Senator Chris Murphy and the Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Rep. Ed Royce.

Latvian President Vejonis, Estonian President Ilves, Senator Chris Murphy, Under Secretary Stengel

Latvian President Vejonis, Estonian
President Ilves, Senator Chris Murphy,
Under Secretary Stengel

Major themes of the Forum included the threats to transatlantic security emanating from Russian aggression in Ukraine, massive Russian use of traditional and social media to spread disinformation and efforts to split the NATO alliance, coping with the flood of refugees from the Middle East and the Balkans, empowering European energy diversification and preparing for the Warsaw NATO Summit in July 2016.

The CEPA Forum program is available on the www.cepa.org website.

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