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Our Future of Security programme is dedicated to analysing and addressing the most critical security issues impacting Central Europe and the world, with the focus on the nexus between emerging tech and security, NATO and EU defence integration, national security and terrorism. From GLOBSEC’s inception in 1993, the programme has composed a foundational element of the organization’s ethos. We are committed to engaging senior policymakers and renowned experts to deliver forward-looking ideas, elevate public discourse, and ultimately contribute policy and predictability to an uncertain world.

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What is the reach and application of Multi-Domain Operations along NATO’s Eastern Flank?

22.05.2024
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GLOBSEC hosted its fifth online event within the Public-Private Sector Dialogue series, this time focusing on

24.04.2024
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GLOBSEC's FSDC team held a closed-door event focusing on strategic priorities for the Eastern flank.

17.04.2024
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GLOBSEC with the support of the Atlantic Council of Finland organized a senior-level discussion to assess Finland’s immediate impact on the Alliance.

06.03.2024
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Online discussion analyzing how NATO can better protect its digital assets and enhance cyber resilience.

15.02.2024
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Jan Tombiński, Vladyslav Rashkovan, and Iuliia Osmolovska delved into the potential challenges and opportunities of Ukraine’s EU membership.

on 11.12.2023
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Seismic geopolitical changes continue to pressure supply chains adversely impacting national defence and economies.

11.12.2023
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What are the benefits of Ukraine joining the EU?

on 04.12.2023

Publications

What is the reach and application of Multi-Domain Operations along NATO’s Eastern Flank? GLOBSEC’s Future of Security and Defence team is currently working on a comprehensive report on this topic, set to be released in June.

22.05.2024

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