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ARCoR event “NATO in the 21st century, where to?”, amidst a special international context

ARCoR event “NATO in the 21st century, where to?”, amidst a special international context

The Romanian Association for the Club of Rome has continued its new series of conferences with a significant event, called “NATO in the 21st century, where to?”. Following the conference “Europe, where to?”, this new happening took place amid a special international context, addressing matters that are of great importance.

Ambassador Sorin Ducaru – Assistant Secretary General of NATO, Emerging Security Challenges – of Romanian origins, has accepted the invitation extended by ARCoR to address former Presidents of Romania, academic personalities, businessman and bankers, all of them members of ARCoR. The event took place on the 15th of April 2014 and it spurred valuable debates and dialog between the participants.

As Romania is a border country within NATO, with an intricate relationship with Russia throughout the history, the exchange of ideas was both necessary and significant. The General Secretary of ARCoR, Mister Liviu Tudor, thanked the former Presidents of Romania, both of them members of the Club, for their valuable contribution to Romania’s NATO and EU membership – “the reason for which Romanians are watching the events in Ukraine with concern, but not with fear”, as he putted.

The main concern for the Club of Rome – the future of humanity – cannot be addressed in the absence of security. Development, evolution and sustainable growth need a secure and peaceful context in which to flourish. The aim of the Club of Rome is to identify the most crucial problems which will determine the future of humanity, through integrated and forward-looking analysis. This is why the Club always evaluates alternative scenarios for the future, in order to assess risks, choices and opportunities. Security issues are part of this process of analysis. Therefore, ARCoR decided to address the matter, especially since Romanians have the privilege of being represented within the structures of NATO.

Ambassador Sorin Ducaru left a strong impression on the audience, echoing for days after the event. All participants were especially delighted by the fact that the Ambassador has gracefully transformed a lecture in a dialog with the audience.



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