NATO: Evolving Issues from Russia to Refugees

SPECIAL INVITATION TO GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – Liberal Arts Department | NATO: Evolving Issues from Russia to Refugees

Tuesday, November 15, 2016
6:30PM Registration & Reception | 7:00PM-8:30PM


Georgia State University | 25 Park Place, Atlanta, GA 30303 USA | Room 830

The World Affairs Council of Atlanta invites you to an evening briefing on NATO: Evolving Issues from Russia to Refugees on November 15 from 6:30pm-8:30pm at Georgia State University. NATO is formed by twenty-eight member countries and seeks peaceful resolutions of disputes. With growing security tensions the world faces now, it is important to discuss the role of NATO, a Cold War alliance, in the current global scene. Join the conversation that will feature General Phillip Breedlove (Ret.) Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO Allied Command Operations, U.S. Air Force and Louis-Alexandre Berg, Assistant Professor of Global Studies & Political Science at Georgia State University for an in-depth examination of the role of NATO.

General Breedlove served as Supreme Allied Commander Europe and the commanding officer of Allied Command Operations for NATO from May 2013 to May 2016. A graduate of Georgia Tech ROTC and a native of metro-Atlanta, General Breedlove served in the United States Air Force for 39 years. General Breedlove is an avid supporter of NATO’s mission in Europe and is regularly featured as a national security expert.
We are pleased to offer you and your students complimentary admission to this program. In order to have name badges ready and to know how many people to expect, we just ask that you e-mail and we will get you registered at no cost.

If you have any questions, please contact Valerie Ibarra at or 404-413-7087.”

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