South Caucasus Security ForumPlace of issue: Tbilisi Date: 18.11.2014
More information on conclusions and recommendations available here.
he 2nd South Caucasus Security Forum took place on November 18 - 19, 2014 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The conference was co-organized by Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA) and Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GFSIS) in cooperation with partners from Central Europe (Poland, Hungary, and Czech Republic) and the South Caucasus countries (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan). Strategic supporters of the 2nd South Caucasus Security Forum were International Visegrad Fund and Slovak Agency for International Development Cooperation (Slovakaid). The forum was held under the theme:
"New Regional Security Environment and Global Changes"
The agenda of the conference was divided into two days and six panels:
- NATO, EU and Russian foreign policy in Europe
- South Caucasus and Central Asia– recent developments
- Visegrad and Eastern Partnership: visions and perspectives
- Post-Vilnius development of Eastern Partnership and the future perspectives of security sector in Eastern Partnership countries
- Asian security - Chinese position as an insulator in the Asian security super complex
- Protection of critical energy infrastructure
More information on the programme of the conference available here.