BRIDGING THE GAP ON THE PLENARY PANEL 1 The pivotal panel of the Belgrade Security Forum 2014 will open the post-Wales strategic debate at a time of growing Trans-Atlantic and Eurasian mistrust. How to conceptualize the strategic debate in a multipolar world with both state and non-state actors designing the international relations and security challenges, you will have the chance to hear this and lot more from Ms. Donfried, Mr. Heisbourg, Mr. Rotfeld, Mr. Baranovsky, Ms. Islam and Mr. Lani.... View
Peek into: BSF 2014 Agenda This year's BSF agenda is coming together! Our three day Forum will have four Plenary Panels and eight Sessions, and we have more than sixty confirmed speakers from more than 25 countries. ... View
Bringing the Peripheries in on the Planery Panel 2 The EU, as a global actor should be stronger then the mere sum of its members, in attempt to stabilize both south and east borders providing security to European citizens. What novelties should EU introduce to promote stability, democracy and prosperity in the immediate neighborhoods, namely Eastern, Mediterranean, Africa and Middle East? Mr. Daniellson, Ms. Miščević, Mr. Ülgen, Mr. Krastev, Mr. Persson, Mr. Šiđanski and Mr. Jović will try to answer this and more.... View

Global Youth on Session 8

For the first time in human history, 20-year-olds around the world have as much shared interests with each other as they do with the 70-year-olds in their own societies. This panel will explore this unprecedented phenomenon together with four remarkable young analysts: Ms. Kiefer, Ms. Laffont, Mr. Chwala, and Ms. Arya, and moderated by Mr. Altinay. It will search for an answer to questions whether the youth is loyal member of its nation-state or global citizen or perhaps both, as well as what sort of world awaits them in the future.

Bringing the Peripheries in on the Planery Panel 2

The EU, as a global actor should be stronger then the mere sum of its members, in attempt to stabilize both south and east borders providing security to European citizens. What novelties should EU introduce to promote stability, democracy and prosperity in the immediate neighborhoods, namely Eastern, Mediterranean, Africa and Middle East? Mr. Daniellson, Ms. Miščević, Mr. Ülgen, Mr. Krastev, Mr. Persson, Mr. Šiđanski and Mr. Jović will try to answer this and more.

Bridging the Gap on the Plenary Panel 1

The pivotal panel of the Belgrade Security Forum 2014 will open the post-Wales strategic debate at a time of growing Trans-Atlantic and Eurasian mistrust. The main challenge addressed by the panel will be how to conceptualize the strategic debate in a multipolar world with both state and non-state actors designing the international relations and security challenges. You will have the chance to hear this and lot more from Ms. Donfried, Mr. Heisbourg, Mr. Rotfeld, Mr. Baranovsky, Ms. Islam and Mr. Lani.

BSF - A New Partner of Security Jam 2014

We proudly announce that the Belgrade Security Forum has become one of the partners of Security Jam 2014.

Check out this year's Academic Event

Belgrade Security Forum 2014 will traditionally begin with the Academic Event on Tuesday, September 30th. This year’s Academic Event with the overall topic Usable Past, Collective Memories and International Security”, will seek to understand how the past is used and misused in informing the present.

The Fourth Belgrade Security Forum Announcement

The Fourth Belgrade Security Forum will take place from September 30-October 2, 2014 under the working title "Europe 2014: Closure and/or New Beginning?"