Weimar Task Force on the
European Security Order

Weimar Task Force on the European Security Order

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine marks a historical turning point. Looking ahead, European countries will have to come up with a new vision of how the future European security order should look like. Which norms and rules should underpin it? What roles will there be for organisations like the EU, NATO, or the OSCE? In finding answers to these questions, France, Poland, and Germany will have a significant role to play. For this purpose, we initiated the Weimar Task Force on the European Security Order in February 2022.

The Task Force consisted of 15 selected experts from France, Poland and Germany. Its members participated in three meetings throughout the year, which took place under Chatham House Rule.

Amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, we sought to look beyond the immediate future and create a vision for the year 2030. With the help of a normative foresight process, the group engaged in frank and stimulating discussions and designed a desirable vision of the European security order in 2030. The final report, including both the normative vision and strategic options for its implementation, is available for download below.

Weimar Task Force on the European Security Order 2030
Results of a series of foresight workshops with participants from Germany, France and Poland.

“Europe is at a historic turning point in its history...We are aware that the Poles, the Germans, and the French bear significant responsibility for the success of sustainable structures of the European neighbourhood.”

Quelle: Joint Declaration by the Foreign Ministers of France, Poland, and Germany

Weimar, 29 August 1991

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Alisa Vogt

Programme Director
Körber Network Foreign Policy, Munich Young Leaders

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