Defence and Security Monitor, a Mediafax media product, is organizing, on 20th of November, the national conference "Continuity and discontinuity in Romania’s defence strategy during the 100 years since Romania’s Great Union". The event is organized in partnership with the National Defence Ministry. The conference will be attended by military and civil academic representatives, state's institutions personalities, diplomats, parliamentarians, ex-Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Businesses, representatives of the business field and the defence industry.
The conference aims to put in perspective the conceptual differences and the theoretical converges of national security’s evolution, following the transformations which have marked its historical moments in the past hundreds of years. The debate will try to identify national security’s characteristics in each period, the defining influences over its manifestation, the dominating thinking directions, the strategic expression formats, institutionalization solutions and the communication methods of its main benchmarks. Therewith, we will approach the dynamic of the national security concept, starting from its realistic-military meaning to contemporary ideological, technological or social incongruences dilemmas.
“Continuity and discontinuity in Romania’s defence strategy during the 100 years since Romania’s Great Union” is the first of the forthcoming series of conferences organized by Defence and Security Monitor, which aims to create a debate place for representatives and policy makers of the civil, military, associative, businesses fields involved in national defence and security’s strategic areas.
1. The national security since the consolidation of national unitary state’s sovereignty, independency and unification to European peace’s collapse
2. National security during the Cold War. Alone against the world?
3. Rediscovering the European identity and the democracy. Is national security’s future one of strategic surprises or one of anticipatory strategic thinking?
4. National security and common security in global (in)stability and major security’s (in)certainties era. Is Romanian economy ready to face the forthcoming security challenges?
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Univ. Prof. Phd.
Ambassador, Former Minister of Justice and Foreign Affairs
Former National Security Adviser
Former Presidential Adviser for Strategic Affairs and International Security, Romanian Presidency
Senior Opinion Columnist, Defence and Security Monitor
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