Recoding of Transatlantic Security Architecture

With the increasing difficulty of overcoming and controlling security problems, the rebuilding of solidarity and security mechanisms has become a significant need today. NATO, on which the transatlantic security architecture is built, is one of the alliances that rebuilds itself in the light of regional and global developments. In the rebuilding of the said Transatlantic Security architecture, adherence to common values, the effects of the distribution of the costs incurred by the members as a result of regional crises on their loyalty to the Alliance, and the ability to adapt to changing combat techniques such as cyber attacks and hybrid tactics play an important role. In the panel to be held within this framework, it is aimed to discuss the diplomatic and operational challenges in the Transatlantic Security architecture as well as the limits, opportunities and priorities in the rebuilding of security and turn the feedback into solution proposals for the decision makers.
2 May 2023
13:30 - 15:00
Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus
Conrad Ballroom
ISF 2023


Ambassador Egemen Bağış

Turkish Ambassador to Prague

Paolo von Schirach

President of the Global Policy Institute (GPI), Professor, Political Science and International Relations, Bay Atlantic University, BAU, Washington D.C.

Nicola Pedde

Director of Institute for Global Studies

Volkan Öskiper

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Türkiye Deputy Director General for NATO and European Atlantic Security Affairs

Prof. Luís Tomé

Full Professor/Director, Department of International Relations – Autonomous University of Lisbon; Senior Researcher of the Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI)