Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO R. Nicholas Burns and former Deputy Secretary General of NATO Alexander Vershbow are onstage as they take part in the public program, NATO at 70: Does the Alliance Have a Future?
Photo by Monika Graff

NATO at 70: Does the Alliance Have a Future?

  • April 2, 2019
  • 7 to 8:30 P.M.
  • Auditorium

On September 12, 2001, NATO invoked Article 5, the mutual defense clause of its founding treaty, for the first and only time in its history. As a result, NATO deployed allied troops to fight alongside Americans in Afghanistan, a mission that continues today. Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the treaty’s signing, former U.S. Ambassador to NATO R. Nicholas Burns and former Deputy Secretary General of NATO Alexander Vershbow discuss the current state of NATO and shed some light on the Alliance’s uncertain future.

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  • Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO R. Nicholas Burns speaks onstage as he takes part in the public program, NATO at 70: Does the Alliance Have a Future?
  • Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO R. Nicholas Burns and former Deputy Secretary General of NATO Alexander Vershbow are onstage as they take part in the public program, NATO at 70: Does the Alliance Have a Future?
  • Former Deputy Secretary General of NATO Alexander Vershbow speaks onstage as he takes part in the public program, NATO at 70: Does the Alliance Have a Future?
Photos by Monika Graff

Videos

2019_0402_NATO V&B
2019_0402_NATO V&B_Highlights_(Caps)
FULL PROGRAM
HIGHLIGHT CLIP

Other Resources

Through the 9/11 Memorial & Museum Summit on Security, presented by First Data, public programs in 2019 were made possible by Accenture, ADP, AT&T, BlackRock, Deloitte, GNYHA Ventures, Inc., Goldman Sachs, PepsiCo Foundation, and UL LLC.