GLOBSEC has gone truly global once again

| 10. May 2015

This year, GLOBSEC Bratislava Global Security Forum will host over 800 participants, among them dozens of heads of gov

News

The Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA) - in collaboration with NATO Public Diplomacy Division, and the Atlantic Council of Turkey - will host Youth Ministerial Meeting (YMM) alongside NATO Foreign M
With more than 300 applicants from 61 countries - from places such as Canberra, Accra, Washington, D.C., Moscow, or Islamabad – GLOBSEC Young Leaders’ Forum 2015 (GYLF)
The Central European Strategy Council is honoured to announce the further expansion of its International Advisory Board.

Publications

  • Château Béla 2014 Central European Strategic Forum Summary and Recommendations

    17. Dec 2014

    Between 5 and 7 December, government representatives, thinkers, political and business leaders from Central Europe and beyond met in Belá, Slovakia, at the Château Béla 2014 Central European Strategic Forum to discuss the region’s role in European and transatlantic affairs and issues that are currently of fundamental interest to the region. Questions that were put on the table helped create deep, open, sometimes emotional discussions.

  • GLOBSEC Policy Brief: Changing Frontiers

    15. Jul 2014

    GLOBSEC Policy Briefs reflects and builds up on issues raised at the annual GLOBSEC Bratislava Global Policy Forum – emphasising original ideas and concrete policy recommendations. With the aim of providing critical assessment, GLOBSEC Policy Briefs discuss matters of foreign policy and security pertinent to Central Europe as well as the larger transatlantic community.

Programmes

Strategic Forums

Providing platforms that advance the Central European point of view in the European and global foreign and security policy-making.

Transfer of Know-How

Delivering Slovak integration experience to transitional democracies in South-Eastern and Eastern Europe and Africa.

Youth Leadership Programme

Helping young people to discover and utilise their potential by interaction with top policy makers and academia figures.