Over the past decade, Russia has reinforced its position in and around the Mediterranean, combining a strengthened defensive posture with renewed global ambitions. The political and security ramifications of Moscow’s activities extend beyond the region and directly concern NATO, insofar as they disrupt the Euro-Atlantic defense architecture.
To meet these challenges while refocusing the alliance’s military and political priorities, NATO member states will need to overcome internal divisions and respond in a concerted, efficient manner.
Join Kristina Kausch, Maxim Suchkov, and Sinan Ülgen to discuss Russia’s enhanced military posture and its consequences for NATO. Marc Pierini will moderate.
Carnegie Europe is grateful to the U.S. Mission to NATO for their support for this project.