25 – 26 September 2012, 09:00 h, Central Military Club, Sofia
From 25 – 26 September 2012, The Atlantic Club of Bulgaria, together with the Sofia Security Forum, the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy – Berlin, and under the patronage of the Minister of Defence of the Republic of Bulgaria, organized a two-day international conference, entitled: “NATO’s Challenges and Concerns in the Next 10 years”. The event was held at the Central Military Club in the city of Sofia, from 09:00 h.
The conference consisted of five panels: “NATO’s Role in North Africa after the Arab Spring”; “NATO – Russia Partnership”; “Cyber Security: Weapon Against Unconventional Threats”; “Middle East as a Potential Challenge for the Alliance Security”; and “Piracy and Islamic Connection”. A substantial number of people showed interest and supported the event. The panelists attempted to provide complete answers to questions about the future of NATO and the Bulgarian place within the organization, left room for debate and provided the audience with plenty of food for thought.