„International Conference on Global Security: Nation-States and Fragile Transnationalism”, organized by SETA Foundation (Turkey), in partnership with New Strategy Center, CAMEA / ISSI (Pakistan), Deutsches Orient Institut (Germany), Institute of International Relations (Greece), Georgia Strategic Analysis Center (Georgia), Center for Diplomacy – Andrassy University Budapest (Hungary), took place on 28th of April 2022.
The debate analyzed the emerging security trends in terms of new conflicts, how they influence both regional and global stability, and the impact that this new security context has on states and relations between different actors at international level.
On behalf of New Strategy Center, Amb. Teodor Meleșcanu, Amb. Doru Costea and Amb. Gheorghe Magheru, members of the Scientific Council, participated as speakers. The Romanian experts addressed the global patterns of international policy, underlined the importance of multilateral formats, Romania’s efforts to strengthen regional stability and security, and analyzed the security challenges that the countries in the Black Sea and Balkan region are facing with and their effects on the medium and long term.
The recordings of the panels are available here: