Sam Nunn Co-chairs Carnegie\'s Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI)

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EASI addresses Euro-Atlantic Security Challenges

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Sam Nunn Co-chairs Carnegie's Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI)- a new, high-level international commission whose unique goal is to lay the intellectual foundation for an inclusive Euro-Atlantic security system for the twenty-first century. The first event took place on 10 Dec 2009.

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Sam Nunn Co-chairs Carnegie's Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI)- a new, high-level international commission whose unique goal is to lay the intellectual foundation for an inclusive Euro-Atlantic security system for the twenty-first century.

The hoped-for undivided Europe whole and free of twenty years ago has today become a region in danger of seeing new lines divide the continent with the prospect of heightened tension for all. The responsibility for this situation belongs to all parties, just as it will require adjustments and new thinking from all to recapture the promise of an undivided, secure, and prosperous region.

The first event took place on 10 Dec 2009. EASI co-chairs Sam Nunn in the United States, Igor Ivanov in Russia, and Wolfgang Ischinger in Belgium, discussed EASI's new role in addressing Euro-Atlantic security challenges.

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Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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Institute and Campus, Institute Leadership, Military Technology, Research
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Carnegie, EASI, Euro-Atlantic, initiative, Sam Nunn, security
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  • Created On: Dec 29, 2009 - 8:00pm
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