NATO Summer School 2021


1 Sep 2021/PSSI

This year the PSSI's NATO Summer School, entitled "Post-Covid Security Priorities", was held in August 2021. This unique educational course, focused on the most pressing issues the alliance is facing today, attracted around 30 participants from over 9 different countries. The diverse backgrounds and experiences of both the participants and lecturers made this an exceptional opportunity for future policy leaders.

The 2021 NATO Summer School focused on post-covid security priorities. Students had the chance to discuss a wide range of topics including energy security, Russian activities in cyberspace or financial and economic aspects of national security. 

The selected participants receive a certificate at the successful completion of the program and are encouraged to enrich the public debate concerning current NATO activities and the future of the organization and global security more broadly.

Distinguished speaker included former Chairman of the NATO Military Committee Petr Pavel, Pál Dunay from the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, or Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute Elisabeth Braw. You can access the complete program here.

The partners of 2021 NATO Summer School were NATOU.S. Embassy PragueMinistry of the Foreign Affairs of the Czech RepublicNorwegian Embassy in Prague, and Drei Schwestern Foundation.

For more information see here.

To see the gallery of this year's NATO Summer School click here.