LATO invites to lecture “EU Strategic Compass: Will It Lead to Strategic Autonomy?”

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Latvian Transatlantic Organisation invites you to join Airis Rikveilis, National Expert in the Secretariat-General of the European Commission, in his lecture “EU Strategic Compass: Will It Lead to Strategic Autonomy?”, which will be taking place today, on 23 February, 10:30 AM (GMT+2) online in Zoom and on the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation Facebook page. To join the lecture on the Zoom platform, please press the link here: https://zoom.us/j/2545418501

The lecture by Airis Rikveilis is part of The Rīga Conference lecture series, which are part of the additional events scheduled until The Rīga Conference 2021. This year’s conference will also take place in autumn. Public discussions on important external and security policy topics are also organised between the conferences. The first of these discussions took place on December 15 and the participants discussed the possibility of a comprehensive approach to the strategic autonomy of the European Union. The discussion is available here: 

Special policy reports also supplement the discussions of The Rīga Conference. Currently available policy briefs are: Gunda Reire “A Clever Servant But A Dangerous Master. Societal Responses To Technological Development And The Infodemic”, Julian Lindley-French “COVID-19, Europe’s Defence And The Riga Test”, Sandis Šrāders “How The Pandemic Has Reshaped The Global Order – China And The United States”, Nazli Choucri, Nguyen Anh Tuan, Marc Rotenberg “Social Contract For The Artificial Intelligence Age. Safety, Security & Sustainability For AI World”, Martin Svárovský “NATO Relevance On Both Sides Of The Atlantic” and Brian Whitmore “The Revisionist: Why The West Has A Russia Problem And What To Do About It”. Publications are available here:

https://www.lato.lv/lv/category/publikacijas/

Each year The Rīga Conference brings together high-level experts, diplomats, politicians, businessmen and journalists, thereby providing important discussions on long-term foreign and security policy issues. More information about The Rīga Conference is available here: www.rigaconference.lv

More information about the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation and the organised projects, news, published articles and publications can be found here: https://www.lato.lv/architecture-home/

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