International conference "Assurance and Deterrence: NATO’s Warsaw Summit Agenda from the Baltic Perspective“ May 12th at IIRPS VU
Institute of International Relations and Political Science invites to the international conference "Assurance and Deterrence: NATO’s Warsaw Summit Agenda from the Baltic Perspective“. The conference will take place May 12th at IIRPS VU (Vokiečių str. 10), conference hall 402, 9:00-16:00 (language of the event – english).
This conference will provide the expert level platform to assess the implementation of assurance measures agreed in Wales Summit and exchange views on the decisions to be taken in NATO Summit 2016 by giving a particular attention to the perspective of the Baltic countries. The conference will gather security experts and policy makers both from leading regional think tanks and governmental agencies.
The conference is open to all interested in importance of the upcoming NATO Summit for the Baltic countries.
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