Central and Eastern Europe in a new European security architecture

Online Event

"What is needed for a new European security architecture?" is the guiding question that will lead us through the program of the conference, in the framework of which we intend to examine the situation of the Central and Eastern European countries in view of Russia ́s war in Ukraine.



The war raging outside the EU’s borders is reawaking old traumas, especially in Central and Eastern Europe. The region feels particularly threatened by Putin ́s stated ambition to re-establish a zone of influence in its western and southern neighbourhood. It is already clear that Russia ́s war on Ukraine will have serious consequences for Euro- Atlantic security. What must Europe and NATO prepare for in the long run? What impact will the war have on Central and Eastern European countries? We would like to discuss these and other questions with you and other experts.


The conference “Central and Eastern Europe in a new European security architecture” will take place from Monday, 5th December 2022 from 09:00 to 20:05 (CET), to Tuesday, 6th December 2022 from 09:30 to 11:30 (CET), online via Zoom. We are looking forward to discuss above-mentioned topics with our national and international speakers.


For registration, please use the following LINK.


We are looking forward to your participation!

Hier finden Sie das Programm zum Download: Online Programme 22-12-05 Central and Eastern Europe in a new European security architecture.pdf


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Andrássy Universität Budapest
Pollack Mihály tér 3,
1088 Budapest
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  • Zoltán Tibor Pállinger
    • Rector
    • Andrássy University Budapest
  • Lukas Wick
    • Policy Advisor
    • European Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
  • Ludger Kühnhardt
    • Director
    • Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI)
  • Heinrich Kreft
    • Professor
    • Head Centre for Diplomacy Andrássy University Budapest
  • Vanessa Vohs
    • Researcher & PhD student
    • Bundeswehr University Munich Member of the KAS Working Group “Young Foreign Policy Experts
  • Michał Baranowski
    • Director
    • German Marshall Fund
    • Warsaw office
  • Martin Svárovský
    • Advisor to the Deputy Speaker
    • Czech Parliament Chairman of the Committee on European Affairs
  • Tamás Csiki Varga
    • Research Fellow
    • Center for Strategic and Defense Studies
  • Dov Zakheim
    • Former US Under Secretary of Defence
    • Senior Advisor
    • Center for Strategic and International Studies (CNA)
  • Margarita Šešelgytė
    • Director
    • Institute of International Relations and Political Science
  • Ursula Plassnik
    • Former Foreign Minister
    • Austria
  • Oana Lungescu
    • Principal Spokesperson for the North Atlantic Alliance
    • NATO
  • Géza Jeszenszky
    • Professor
    • Former Minister of Foreign Affairs
    • Hungary
  • Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky
    • Minister of Defence
    • Hungary
  • Michael Winzer
    • Director
    • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Hungary
  • Thomas Bareiß (tbc)
    • Member of German Bundestag
  • Thomas Mayr-Harting
    • Ambassador (ret).
    • Chair for Diplomacy
    • Andrássy University Budapest
  • Julianna Ármás
    • Research Fellow
    • Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Péter Siklósi
    • Political Advisor
    • Ministry of Defence
    • Hungary

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