US European Security Issues

USSTRATCOM Welcomes US European Security Issues IVLP
USSTRATCOM Welcomes US European Security Issues IVLP

This project gave participants a better understanding of U.S. security and defense policies and provided an American perspective on key security challenges that the United States and European countries jointly face. The project examined the roles of NATO, the EU, the UN, and other international organizations and multilateral fora in addressing security threats. Participants spoke to experts with a wide range of perspectives on shared challenges such as energy security, non-proliferation, missile defense, counterterrorism, regional and ethnic conflict, homeland security, Russian expansionism, unrest in the Middle East, and the Transatlantic security architecture.

Project summary

US European Security Issues | July 2016
Number of Visitors: 16
Regions: Europe and Eurasia
Countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Montenegro, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Impact Areas: Security and Defense
Program Areas: Exchanges
Partners: NGOs, Public Sector, Private Sector