Germany: an indispensable partner in the Baltic Sea region?
What is the perception of the Baltic Sea states of Germany's role in their national and regional security? Have the events in Eastern Ukraine left an impact on the interest of Germany and the Baltic Sea regional players to cooperate on security matters? Has Germany’s pledge to get more involved in European and international security of the Munich Security Conference of 2014 reflected on the safety of the Baltic Sea region?
These and other questions will be discussed on 11 October, from 13:00-14:30, at the Art Museum "Riga Bourse" (Dome square 6, Riga), in the discussion "Germany: an indispensable partner in the Baltic Sea region?" and presentation of the book "The Perception of Germany in the Security of the Baltic Sea Region".
The participants of the discussion include Barbara Kunz (Institut Francais des Relations Internationales, representing Germany), Monika Sus (Hertie School of Governance, representing Poland), Amelie Theussen (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark) un Ilgvars Kļava (the Ambassador of Latvia to Germany from 2008-2013).
The project has been implemented in cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in the Baltic States.
All interested parties are welcome to sign up here.
The number of seats in the event is limited.
Published 04 October 2018