Security in Europe: Challenges and Priorities for the OSCE
Panel 1: Regional Security and Resilience: Managing the De-escalation of Military Conflicts
Chair: Dr Robin Niblett, Director, Chatham House
Ambassador Sian MacLeod, Head, UK Delegation to the OSCE
Ambassador Roy Reeve, Head of the OSCE Mission in Georgia (2003-2007); UK Ambassador to Ukraine (1995-99)
Mr Ian Bond, Director of Foreign Policy, Centre for European Reform
Panel 2: Countering Radicalism and Extremism in Europe and Beyond: What Role for the OSCE?
Chair: Dr Patricia Lewis, Research Director, International Security Department, Chatham House
Mr Moussa Al-Hassan Diaw, Lecturer, University College of Education Linz and Founder, Network for Social Cohesion, Prevention, Dialogue and Democracy
Elizabeth Abela Hampel, Deputy Head, Anti-Terrorism Issues, Transnational Threats Department, Action Against Terrorism Unit, OSCE
Dr Lina Khatib, Head, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House
As the international environment becomes increasingly fragile, divided and competitive, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) faces new and evolving challenges. In this context it is crucial for the OSCE to put forward targeted and realistic priorities for action within the OSCE system and beyond.
This event will examine current challenges to European security and the role that the OSCE can play in supporting the de-escalation of military conflicts and countering radicalism and extremism.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.