NATO, Russia and the Battle for Airspace
Russia’s increasingly aggressive activities in eastern Europe, violations of airspaces in the Baltic Sea region, and withdrawal from INF Treaty pose a real threat to the security of NATO and its members states. At the same time, NATO’s internal challenges threatened the credibility of the alliance. What are NATO’s main solutions for Russia’s belligerent activities? What role can fifth-generation technology play in transatlantic alliance’s future strategy? How to unite the divided transatlantic allies?
GMF is honored to host a conversation with General Philip Breedlove to discuss these vital questions. A retired NATO Supreme Allied Commander and U.S. European Command Commander, he has commanded U.S. and allied troops in Afghanistan and Kosovo, as well as all NATO operations across Europe and the Mediterranean. General Breedlove also possesses immense diplomatic expertise maintaining alliance unity during the most dynamic and challenging period since NATO’s inception.