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Transatlantic Crossroads: What To Expect from the NATO Summit July 12 Event

On July 11-12, amid increasingly contentious relations, members of NATO will gather in Brussels for what will likely be one of the tensest summits in the organization’s history. The Alliance faces a slew of challenges that will be at the forefront of next week’s discussions, including burden-sharing, terrorism and migration, countering an increasingly assertive Russia, and NATO’s eastern border.

On July 12, Hudson Institute hosted a public event to discuss the summit and the many challenges currently faced by the Alliance. The high-level panel will consist of European Parliament members; the leader of the Democratic Party of Albania, Lulzim Basha; and American experts, including Hudson Senior Fellow Rebeccah Heinrichs and the Centre for European Policy Analysis’ Peter Doran. The conversation was moderated by Hudson Research Fellow Benjamin Haddad.

Speakers

Arnaud Danjean Speaker

Member, European Parliament

Antonio López-Istúriz White Speaker

Member, European Parliament

Rebeccah Heinrichs Speaker

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Peter Doran Speaker

President & CEO, Centre for European Policy Analysis

Lulzim Basha Speaker

Leader of the Democratic Party of Albania

Benjamin Haddad Moderator

Research Fellow, Hudson Institute

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