WASHINGTON, D.C.-- National Security Decision Making professor Nikolas Gvosdev will speak at a round table discussion at the Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
The discussion, titled, "The Future of the Transatlantic Alliance" will address questions about the future of NATO's expansion, whether NATO can survive losing Afghanistan, and what French re-integration could mean for the 60-year-old organization.
The discussion will run from 1100 to 1230 on Wednesday, and three other speakers will join Gvosdev.
Christian Brose, senior editor at Foreign Policy; James Joyner, managing editor of the Atlantic Council and editor of its Atlanticist; James Poulos, editor of Postmodern Conservative; and Damon Wilson, director of the Atlantic Council International Security Program, will be the other speakers.
by Tyler Will, Naval War College Public Affairs