My Neighbour’s Problem Today – Mine Tomorrow
3 days packed with insights by distinguished policymakers, analysts, politicians, military personnel and academia from around the globe in Tallinn, Estonia. Key foreign and security policy issues discussed mostly from the perspective of the northern and eastern parts of Europe.
About Lennart Meri Conference
“We can never have too much security,” said President Lennart Meri. To mark his continuing legacy in foreign and security policy thinking, the annual Lennart Meri Conference aims to encourage curiosity and debate, highlight unity and diversity, and foster liberty and democracy.
Analyses, commentaries and interviews that decode foreign, security and defence policy trends and published in the Lennart Meri Conference special edition of ICDS Diplomaatia magazine.
What you have just opened was initially planned as the printed special edition of Diplomaatia (the ICDS’s foreign and security policy magazine), to be given to you on 15 May 2020 at the opening of the 14th Lennart Meri Conference, entitled “My Neighbour’s Problem Today…
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