Challenges for Global Peace and Democracy: Legacy and Visions of Profesor Bronisław Geremek
In honor of Professor Bronislaw Geremek, a key anti-communist dissident and former Polish foreign minister, the Warsaw Transatlantic Forum will feature a panel discussion on Challenges for Global Peace and Democracy
Young Atlanticist Day
On March 12th, students and young leaders at the University of Warsaw will discuss and debate central issues of the Atlantic Community during Young Atlanticist Day. Reaching out to other young leaders in Washington DC, Kyiv and Kabul, they will share their perspectives on new security threats and the prospects for a more peaceful and prosperous future.
& 10 years of Polish NATO membership
Speaking before a full house at the Warsaw Transatlantic Forum, NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer called for enhancing regional cooperation in Afghanistan in order to counter the Taliban insurgency.
On March 12th and 13th, leading policy makers from Poland, the United States, and greater Europe converted in Warsaw for the launch of the Warsaw Transatlantic Forum. Recognizing 10 years of NATO membership for Poland as well as 20 years of democratic progress since the fall of the Iron Curtain, the Forum hosted major speakers including Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski, and NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer.
Building a virtual bridge of communication between Poland and key nations around the world, the Warsaw Transatlantic Forum will make use of state of the art videoconferencing technology to allow partipants thousands of miles away to directly engage the participants and experts at the Forum.