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Round Table Series | Investing in Security: Stimultaing Innovation

Round Table Series INVESTING IN SECURITY: STIMULATING INNOVATION Brussels, ATA Headquarters, 19 April 2017  Organized by ATLANTIC TREATY ASSOCIATION In cooperation with NATO DEFENCE INVESTMENT DIVISION Sponsored by MAG Aerospace Photo Gallery FRAMEWORK Following the Warsaw...

Live Stream: 5th NATO-EU Roundtable | March 30 – April 1, Estonia

The Estonian Atlantic Treaty Association (EATA), in partnership with Estonian Ministry of Defence, Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NATO,FRIEDRICH EBERT STIFTUNG,  RIIGIKOGU would like to welcome...

Europe Prepares for a New Transatlantic Bargain

Of all American alliances around the globe, the transatlantic relationship is the crown jewel. Despite disagreements and quarrels, the United States and Europe have...

Analyzing the Islamic State’s Weapons Capability: What Weapons Does It Use and Where Does...

The Islamic State has been severely weakened in recent months due to advances made by Iraqi forces, Shi’ite militias, Kurdish fighters, and the US-led...

Smart Homes and the Internet of Things

This is an excerpt from "Smart Homes and the Internet of Things" View the full article here  Security Challenges All systems can fail; there is no system...
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US Officials in Europe: A Glass Half-Full

By Former ATA President Ambassador Robert Hunter published by The European Institute.  Last week, the senior leadership of the new Trump Administration turned out in full...

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