ATA Members Conferences & Events

ATA Members Conferences & Events

From ATA's network: conferences, public debates, expositions, workshops

Globsec 2016 | 15-17 April, Bratislava

video  THE PREMIER FORUM IN CENTRAL EUROPE Current global security situation demands a strong platform for policy-makers to discuss and employ solutions to the most urgent issues. For the eleventh consecutive year GLOBSEC will essentially contribute to the shaping of regional, European and wider transatlantic policy...

2BS Forum : Western Balkans and Euro-Atlantic Integration

  The 2BS FORUM (To Be Secure Forum) is an annual high-level forum which deals with issues of global, Euro-Atlantic and security in SEE. The main characteristic of this Forum is the participation of numerous high officials, prominent academics and experts in security policy and related state management. The...

GLOBSEC 2015 : Central Europe on the map of transatlantic thinking

GLOBSEC puts Central Europe on the map of transatlantic thinking. Regional dimension of the Forum is emphasized by the participation of highest level decision- -makers from the Visegrad Group and wider Central European region alongside their Euro-Atlantic partners. GLOBSEC moves the region from the periphery to the core of transatlantic policy shaping, giving Central Europe a respected voice in the creation of the transatlantic agenda.

The Riga Conference 2015

The Rīga Conference has taken pride in itself as the meeting place of local and global elites since its inception in 2006. In the past, we have been honored with the presence of countless heads of state, heads of government, ministers, NATO and EU officials,...

ATA’s 58th General Assembly in Rome, Italy | 4 – 6 February 2013

Delegates from over thirty national ATA and YATA chapters participated in vibrant debate and discussion on a broad range of security-related issues at their respective conferences, from cyber security topics to missile defense and energy security. For the first time, the Council meeting spurred engaging dialogues on transatlantic security policy, while the subsequent forums gave delegates a deeper insight into these pressing transatlantic security challenges.

ATA Conference | Countering Information War in Ukraine – Odesa

Countering Information War in Ukraine
On October7th, the Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA) in partnership with the Ukrainian Crisis Media Center and NATO-Ukraine Civic League, and with the support of NATO Public Diplomacy Division, organized a conference “Counter-balancing Information War in Ukraine” held in Odesa Province State Administration. The conference gathered regional key stakeholders to discuss the influence of pro-separatist propaganda in local media and design an effective strategy to promote media objectiveness.

ACM Conference 04/04/2016, “Perspective of the Armed Forces of Montenegro within NATO Structure”

The round table Perspective of the Armed Forces of Montenegro within NATO Structure was organized by the Atlantic Council of Montenegro in cooperation with NATO and the Council for NATO Membership's Communication Team, with a view to gather relevant military and political actors, as well as...

Leangkollen | 51st Annual Security Conference in Oslo, Norway

The Norwegian Atlantic Committee will host their 51st  Annual Security Conference on 1st -2nd of February 2016 which will take place at the Norwegian Nobel Institute and at Leangkollen Conference Centre in Asker. This year's Conference, titled “NATO’s Southern Flank: Great Powers, Jihadists, and Refugees” will...

Energy security: protecting critical infrastructures and enhancing resilience

The Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) is financed by NATO with the aim of providing high-level discussions and information sharing, in order to find solutions for today's emerging energy security challenges. The workshop will feature panels on the role of international organizations, public and private stakeholders in energy security; terrorism and its implications for energy infrastructure security and cyber threats to critical energy infrastructures.

NATO – EU Cooperation | November 16, 2016, Brussels

NATO – EU COOPERATION  AFTER THE WARSAW SUMMIT:  COUNTERING HYBRID WARFARE Brussels, European Parliament, 16 November 2016, 16.15h  In coordination with  ATLANTIC TREATY ASSOCIATION and MUST & PARTNERS  Supported by  NATO PUBLIC DIPLOMACY DIVISION PHOTO GALLERY PODCAST FRAMEWORK The current international security environment features new threats and challenges for both NATO and EU member countries,...


The Future Tasks of the Alliance: 50 Years After the Harmel...

Fifty years ago, the Harmel Report “has shown that the Alliance is a dynamic and vigorous organization which is constantly adapting itself to changing...

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