Date: 1-2 December 2022
The Danube Institute is proud to present its second annual summit on Geopolitics in Budapest. Panel Discussions focused on the Russo-Ukrainian conflict and its after-effects on the region as well as transnational issues, including the status of NATO capabilities, global energy, trade, and logistics affairs, and the competing ideals and agendas that impact them.
- S. John Tsagronis, Institute of World Politics, Professor of Statecraft and National Security Affairs
Topic: Geopolitics: The Shifting Tectonic Plates of World Power
- John Venable, Heritage Foundation, Washington, D. C.
Topic: How Washington sees NATO’s future
- H.E. Dr. Réka Szemerkényi, Senior Advisor Transatlantic Strategy, International Republican Institute
Topic: NATO's adaptation to new strategic realities
- David Hobbs, Atlantic Treaty Association of the United Kingdom
Topic: Global Partners, the West in the Indo-Pacific: NATO and the “Hub-and-Spokes System”, Quad, AUKUS, and More"