Foreign & Security Policy

NATO in a World of Disorder: Making the Alliance Ready for Warsaw

March 17, 2016

The NATO Summit Advisory Panel is GMF’s latest signature initiative on transatlantic security, leveraging our unique network of contacts and offices on both sides of the Atlantic. The members of the panel engaged in a much-needed debate on the security challenges we face and on possible policy solutions. The report of the NATO Summit Advisory Panel offers concrete ideas and actionable recommendations to address the most pressing issues on NATO’s agenda in the run-up to the Warsaw Summit. 

Members of the Advisory Panel 

  • Hans Binnendijk, Senior Fellow, SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations, John Hopkins University (USA) 
  • Derek Chollet, Counselor and Senior Advisor for Security and Defense Policy, German Marshall Fund of the United States (USA) 
  • Ian Lesser, Executive Director, Brussels, and Senior Director for Foreign and Security Policy, German Marshall Fund of the United States (USA) 
  • Karl-Heinz Kamp, President, German Federal Academy for Security Policy (Germany) 
  • Merle Maigre, Security Policy Adviser to the President of Estonia (Estonia) 
  • Alessandro Minuto-Rizzo, President, NATO Defense College Foundation (Italy) 
  • Julianne Smith, Senior Fellow & Director of the Strategy and Statecraft Program, Center for a New American Security (USA) 
  • Olaf Osica, Director for Risk Assessment, Polityka Insight (Poland) 
  • Pierre Vimont, Senior Associate, Carnegie Europe (France) 
  • Kurt Volker, Executive Director, The McCain Institute for International Leadership (USA) 
  • Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski, Professor, University of Łódź (Poland)