On May 22, CEPA hosted Polish Undersecretary of State for Security Policy Bogusław Winid for an off-the-record discussion on the road ahead for U.S.-Polish security cooperation.
On May 15, CEPA hosted the Visegrád Group (V4) Political Directors Jarosław Bratkiewicz (Poland), Péter Sztáray (Hungary), Ľubomír Rehák (Slovakia) and Pavel Fischer (Czech Republic) for a roundtable discussion on the potential for U.S.-V4 cooperation in tackling joint challenges in the uncertain years ahead.
On May 9, CEPA hosted Dr. Vaidotas Urbelis, Policy Director of Euro-Atlantic Cooperation at the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense for a breakfast roundtable discussion on U.S. defense cooperation with the Baltic States.
CEPA hosted Adrian Basora, Director of the Project on Democratic Transitions at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and former Ambassador to the Czech Republic.
On April 29, CEPA hosted a breakfast roundtable discussion with a delegation from the Czech Ministry of Defense led by First Deputy Minister Daniel Koštoval and Director for Defense Policy Jan Havranek.
CEPA's Peter B. Doran speaks with Charter97 on the futility of engaging with Belarus President Alyaksandr Lukashenka, the importance of eliminating loopholes in the current sanctions regime and the need for the United States and the European Union to develop a comprehensive, coherent strategy on Europe's last dictatorship.
On April 10, CEPA hosted Dr. Alan Riley for an off-the-record discussion on the EU's antitrust case against Gazprom.
On April 8, CEPA hosted our Non-Resident Fellow Edward Lucas for an off-the-record discussion on how Central and Eastern European countries can lead within the EU and NATO.
CEPA is delighted to announce the addition of two new members to the institute’s growing ranks of experts. Martin Bútora, former Slovak Ambassador to the United States, has joined the CEPA Advisory Council, where he will contribute to the institute’s mission of sustaining Atlanticism in Central and Eastern Europe. Also joining CEPA is Kori Schake, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institutiony. Schake will serve as a CEPA Senior Adjunct Fellow, leading projects on CEE security, Germany and transatlantic relations.
CEPA's Distinguished Resident Fellow Keith C. Smith talks to Carnegie Europe about Russia's persistent grip on Central Europe's energy sector.