The OSCE in 2030: Undivided Security in Europe Now More at Risk Than 10 Years Ago

More+Events ♦ Published: March 7, 2018; 18:10 ♦ (Vindobona)

In the Austrian National Defence Academy, the security issue "The OSCE in 2030: Undivided Security in Europe restored?" was discussed in the form of a public panel discussion. At the invitation of the International Institute for Peace (IIP), the Karl-Renner-Institut, the Scientific Cluster for Polemology and Legal Ethics, the FES Regional Office for Cooperation and Peace in Europe (ROCPE), the Austrian National Defence Academy and the ISP Institute for Security Policy, Hannes Swoboda as moderator and the panelists Thomas Greminger, Fyodor Lukyanov, Stephanie Liechtenstein, Alena Kupchyna discussed the hoped-for security policy development of Europe and the OSCE.

Panelists (from left): Fyodor Lukyanov, Thomas Greminger, Hannes Swoboda (moderator), Alena Kupchyna and Stephanie Liechtenstein) / Picture: ©

The aim of the event was to recapitulate and discuss the Austrian chairmanship of 2017 as well as look at the prospects of the Italian presidency in 2018. Assessing the most important results and processes in the OSCE and the participating states, the panelists wanted to dare an outlook on the OSCE strategy for the years to come.

The panellists were: