Moved by the conviction that any serious reflection on the future of European security should take into consideration Russia’s contribution to it, the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) of Rome organized a Transatlantic Symposium on US-Europe-Russia security relations. Four main issues were brought under scrutiny: (1) The role of the EU, NATO, and Russia in the ‘European security space’; (2) The potential for cooperation in nuclear arms controls, missile defence and non-proliferation; (3) Energy security; and (4) The prospects for a new encompassing security compact.
Report of the second Transatlantic Security Symposium, organised by the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) in cooperation with Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Rome, 22 June 2009.
1. The EU, NATO, Russia and the European security space: Towards a new architecture?
2. Nuclear arms control, missile defence, and non-proliferation: Exploring the potential for US-Europe-Russia cooperation
3. Energy security: What options to build long-term trust?
4. What prospect for a new security compact?
5. Lessons from Other Cases: Balkans, Aegean, Latin America
6. What is Possible? Net Assessment and Policy Implications for External Actors