DEFENCE TRACK 2017-10-27T11:20:40+00:00

As an integral part of this years’ Warsaw Security Forum (WSF 2017), Casimir Pulaski Foundation will hold a series of panels devoted to discussion and overview of the most pressing issues within the international security architecture – the Defence Track. Focusing primarily on the hard security aspects, WSF’s defence track will comprise of four breakout sessions, complemented by two working lunches.

We live in a time of not a only rapid evolution of military technology and strategy, but also a time, where with increasing complexity comes increased instability and uncertainty regarding the future shape of international order. In the course of four breakout sessions, the Defence Track will provide the guests with an opportunity to discuss looming threats, as well as explore the potential avenues for cooperation.

With subject matters ranging from the advent of new military strategies, such as the rapidly evolving anti access/area denial (A2/AD) capabilities, the future of NATO’s air and missile defence systems, to the potential for military-industrial cooperation between NATO states, the Defence Track will cover many of the key aspects pertinent to  international security and military cooperation in Eastern Europe.

The Defence Track aims to bring key policymakers, as well as military and public officials together, in order to facilitate a forum for discussion and intellectual exchange in a sphere, where effective and fruitful interaction between those actors is so critically needed.