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Keynote Discussion: A New Security Policy for Eastern Europe?

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Published on Dec 18, 2017

The panelists in the keynote discussion "A New Security Policy for Eastern Europe? " were:
- Dr Anatoliy Grytsenko: Leader of the Civic Position Party, former Minister of Defence, Ukraine
- Taavi Rõivas, former Prime Minister of Estonia
- Henrik Bach Mortensen, Vice President of the ALDE Party
Moderated by Dr Falk Bomsdorf, Former Project Director, Friedrich Naumann Foundation Russia.

A group of European liberals travelled to East Ukraine to confront some very hard questions. They visited the war-affected towns of Sloviansk and Kramatorsk, where hundreds have lost their lives since 2014.
- Is the Minsk agreement dead?
- Is corruption a security threat?
- How dangerous is Putin's Russia?
- Is cyber war imminent?

Stay tuned for a series of short documentaries and reports from the Future of Freedom annual consultation focusing on "A New Security Policy for Eastern Europe?". Furthermore, the consultation addressed the following subtopics:
• “NATO and the Different Perspectives in Security Demands in Eastern Europe”
• “Hybrid Warfare and Propaganda”
• “Cyber War and Its Challenges”


Find more about the key insights from the conference here ⏩ http://bit.ly/2y4GJq6 and about the goals, discussions and participants ⏩ http://bit.ly/2y9yQ1R

The “Future of Freedom” consultation took place in Kharkiv and included field visits to the war-affected towns of Sloviansk and Kramatorsk in Eastern Ukraine. The participants of our consultation included representatives from FNF partner and ALDE parties and experts from FNF’s partner organizations, involved in research, advocacy, human rights protection, humanitarian work, conflict resolution as related to security and foreign policy issues.

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