The Sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum

The sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum will be held on October 2, 2014 in Washington, D.C. The conference will be dedicated to the theme of "Reviving Atlanticism in Central Europe: Perils and Possibilities."

Strengthening Czech – U.S. Strategic Relations: A Roadmap for the Future

On September 11, CEPA and the Prague Center for Transatlantic Relations (PCTR) co-hosted the seminar: "Strengthening Czech – U.S. Strategic Relations: A Roadmap for the Future," in Prague.

Looking Farther Than One Contract: Perspectives for a U.S.-Polish Defense Industrial Partnership

Marcin Terlikowski, Analyst and Head of the European Security and Defense Economics project at the Polish Institute for International Affairs (PISM), offers a Polish view of defense industrial cooperation with the United States.  

Insider View–Interview with the Former National Defense Minister of the Republic of Lithuania Rasa Juknevičienė

Central Europe Digest sits down with the former National Defense Minister of the Republic of Lithuania, Rasa Juknevičienė, for an exclusive interview.

Newport Note No. 2: Ditching the Dogma

Taking stock of the Newport Summit, CEPA Senior Fellow Edward Lucas argues that a new strategic reality has broken over NATO—one where Russia represents an unmistakable threat to its neighbors.

Beyond the “Tipping Point": Realizing Romania’s Potential as a Regional Leader in Reform and Security

On September 9, CEPA hosted a seminar, "Beyond the “Tipping Point”: Realizing Romania’s Potential as a Regional Leader in Reform and Security," in Bucharest, Romania as part of its U.S-Romania Initiative.  

Ukraine’s Potential Turning Point: A Case for Doing More

CEPA's Marta Sikorski warns that despite recent progress made by government forces to re-assert control over the Eastern regions of Ukraine, some form of division of the country remains a possibility.  

CEPA’s Edward Lucas Testifies Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Called to consider the impact that energy imports have on European political decision-making, the subcommittee assessed America’s role in helping Europe break free of its reliance on single-source energy providers. 

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09 September 2014

On September 9, CEPA hosted a seminar in Bucharest, "Beyond the “Tipping Point": Realizing Romania’s Potential as a Regional Leader in Reform and Security," which brought together leading voices from the analytical, policy-making, business and non-profit communities from both Romania and the United States to discuss opportunities and perspectives for deepening Romania’s domestic development, regional leadership and transatlantic cooperation.

17 July 2014

Alexandr Vondra, former Czech Foreign Minister and Minister of Defense, has joined the Advisory Council of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Ambassador Vondra will contribute to the institute’s mission of promoting an economically vibrant and geopolitically stable Central Europe with close and enduring ties to the United States.

15 July 2014

CEPA held a conversation with Marcin Zaborowski on the U.S.-Polish alliance in light of recent political and energy developments.