Young Atlanticists' Views on NATO, Russia and Obama
Youth Atlantic Treaty Association delegates interviewed at their General Assembly held in Berlin in November 2008. The topics range from Russian relations to what Obama will ask Europe to do.
In this series of exclusive videos, atlantic-community.org has interviewed delegates and representatives of the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA), an association with 39 member organizations on each side of the Atlantic. The YATA General Assembly in Berlin was hosted by the Deutsche Atlantische Gesellschaft, who also organised a prestigious conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel as keynote speaker. Since atlantic-community.org wants to give a voice to young atlantic thinkers, we invited some of them to answer some questions after the conference and their General Assembly.
Can Europe Have a Common Stance on Russia?
Interview with Marion Smith (USA) and Per Kristian Krohn (Norway), delegates to the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA) General Assembly, with introduction from Vice Pres. Boyan Stanoev (Bulgaria)
What Does Obama Want from Europe?
Interview with Brooke Heaton (USA) and John Sannar (USA), delegates to the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA) General Assembly
Energy, Missiles and Expansion: A New Great Game?
Interview with David Cole (UK) and Christine LeJeune (USA), delegates to the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA) General Assembly
US Perspectives on a European Defence: What Role For NATO?
Interview with Ellen Mendyk (USA) and Halley Espy (USA), delegates to the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA) General Assembly
You can read more about YATA here.
The mother organisation of YATA is the Atlantic Treaty Association.