The event is organised in cooperation with the Estonian Atlantic Treaty Association, NATO Headquarters, Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Estonian Ministry of Defence.
The annual “NATO-EU Roundtable" brings together known experts in the field, politicians, officials, young professionals and students who are interested in international relations and foreign policy. In 2018, the roundtable will focus on the NATO-EU political and military cooperation, particularly regarding hybrid threats and defence. While the first day will predominantly feature public panel discussions from the experts and decision-makers in the field, the second and third day in Saka Cliff Manor will see around 60 young professionals and students in the field of defence and security and international relations themselves engage in group works and discussions.
The working language of the conference is English.