NATO is 71 years old - when it was founded, jet aircraft were a recent innovation. Since 1949, the world has changed beyond recognition. The next decade will bring still more radical change. In an age of hybrid threats, challenges in cyber space, autonomous vehicles and developments in AI – how can NATO continue to evolve and keep allies safe?
In the latest of our Future Perfect series, the British Embassy Ljubljana and Centre for European Perspective will host a discussion with leading British and Slovene policymakers and security experts to ascertain how ready NATO is for the security threats of the 2020s and what this means for defence policy.
- Uroš Zorko, Director-General of the Defence Policy Directorate, Slovene Ministry of Defence
- Daniel Drake, Head of Euro-Atlantic Security Partnership, UK Ministry of Defence
- Marta Dassù, Senior Director of European Affairs at The Aspen Institute; Member of Reflection Group
- Dr Božo Cerar, Former State Secretary at Slovene Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Slovenia to NATO
Moderated by: Katja Geršak, Executive Director of the Centre for European Perspective