#GLOBSEC2021: Václav Havel Transatlantic Dialogues: The Russia Challenge - Where to Now?


#GLOBSEC2021 Bratislava Forum: How can the EU recalibrate its policy towards Russia so it represents all member states voices? Watch this session to find the answers to this question, featuring: ◼️ Andrey Kortunov - Director General, Russian International Affairs Council, Moscow ◼️ Andrew Weiss - James Family Chair and Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C. ◼️ Alena Kudzko - Director, GLOBSEC Policy Institute, Bratislava ◼️ Amb. Michael Žantovský - Executive Director, Václav Havel Library, Prague Led by: ◼️ Elena Lazarou - Acting Head of External Policies Unit, European Parliamentary Research Service, Brussels ➡️ To follow the full event, request now your invitation to participate in our interactive virtual platform: http://bit.ly/glb21rg ➕ Discover all the information about the event: http://bit.ly/glb21 #Russia


Serie: Havel - Albright Transatlantic Dialogues

Since the first Václav Havel Transatlantic Dialogues at GLOBSEC and FORUM 2000 conferences last year, we have lost another stalwart advocate of the transatlantic bond and of the need to face threats to democracy and international order together on both sides of the Atlantic, the former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. In view of the close bond between Václav Havel and Madeleine Albright and, after Havel's death, between the Secretary and the Library, the Václav Havel Library, with the approval of Madeleine Albright's family, renamed and rebranded the program as The Havel-Albright Transatlantic Dialogues (HATD), after the two major figures with roots in Central Europe who have personified the bond. Together, Václav Havel and Madeleine Albright symbolize the transatlantic relationship and the fundamental values underpinning it perhaps better than any other two people in recent history.

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