The upcoming scenario exercise “Transatlantic Security Cooperation 2018–2021,” organized by the “Transatlantic Security and the Future of NATO” project of the GMF, in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Airbus, will be held in Berlin, on December 7-8, 2017.
This exercise is part of GMF's Transatlantic Security and the Future of NATO program, which brings together on a tri-annual basis a group of around 25 high-level American and European security experts, strategic thinkers, policymakers, and representatives from the defense industry, to develop concrete and specific policy recommendations on transatlantic security issues.
The scenario session is designed to foster (a different type of) dialogue between small groups of participants in an interactive and practice-oriented manner, conducive to the emergence of new sets of ideas. The scenario technique aims to generate a range of credible scenarios and issues for transatlantic actors based on what the international environment might look like in the future. It will not consist of a war-game, as it will not provide operational responses to these emerging challenges, but will help the participants to imagine, from a long-term perspective, the strategic, political, social, economic, and environmental trends that will influence the future of transatlantic security cooperation.
This event is upon invitation only. If you have any questions, please contact Lélia Rousselet: LRousselet@gmfus.org.