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.

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Carnegie Europe is grateful to the U.S. Mission to NATO for their support for this project.