The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) will organize, on 13/14 of November 2020, the fifth edition of the Bucharest Security Conference, the largest international conference in Romania that addresses the most recent security developments and evolving threats on the Euro-Atlantic frontier and NATO’s decisions to respond to them. conference.
This conference aims at creating a broader framework for excellence in education and research projects and at strengthening the regional dimension of SNSPA’s academic programmes and its presence in the Wider Black Sea area.
The overarching goal of the Bucharest Security Conference is to increase NATO visibility by presenting to the public its firm commitment to collective defense, the development of NATO’s partnerships and its global role in crisis management.
The members of the target audience of the international conference are part of the security communities of the countries from the Eastern Flank, as well as other Western European and North-Atlantic nations, and a large number of NATO partners in the Wider Black Sea Area: governmental representatives who might take the lead in putting forth and also implementing the lessons learned; academic communities who will provide a theoretical perspective of the issue and can propose solutions that can be taken into consideration by the decision makers; civil society representatives who should be involved in the development and implementation of the lessons learned, as well as in the development of innovative ways ahead; the media will disseminate the conclusions of the conference;
The Most Awaited Event
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BSC 2020 ANNIVERSARY EDITION
- ANNIVERSARY VOLUME
BSC previous editions
We appreciate that the previous editions of BSC were successful and, therefore, we intend to continue the debate regarding Allied security and defence in this region.
- military challenges and threats on the NATO Eastern and Southern flanks;
- regional formats of cooperation;
- resilience & stratcom;
- cooperation in intelligence.
- more than 50 international speakers (high representatives of NATO HQ, the EU, the ministries of Defence and Foreign Affairs, academics, representatives of the private sector, NGOs and mass media);
- over 15 sponsors and media partners;
- more than 150 participants.