Atlantsammenslutningen

From Wikispooks
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Group.png Atlantsammenslutningen  
(Deep state groupWebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Formation1950
HeadquartersDenmark
Membership• Aaja Chemnitz Larsen
• Anders Dam
• Anders Frederik Gjesing
• Anne H. Steffensen
• Annette Lind
• Benedikte Kaalund
• Cecilie Falch Ovesen
• Christian Herskind
• Flemming D.V. Nielsen
• Hans Kristian Skibby
• Hans Tino Hansen
• Henrik Carøe Gjellebøl
• Henrik Sass Larsen
• Jarl Artur Hehnel
• Jens Chr. Lorenzen
• Jens Rohde
• Jeppe Handwerk
• Kasper Høgh-Jensen
• Kathrine Bang Lilleør
• Knud Heinesen
• Kristian Pihl Lorentzen
• Kristian Søby Kristensen
• Kristian Thulesen Dahl
• Lars Barfoed
• Lars L. Nielsen
• Lars Windfeld-Høeberg
• Lisbeth Zilmer-Johns
• Mads Fuglede
• Mette Skak
• Michael Holm
• Michael Ulveman
• Michael Aastrup Jensen
• Mikkel Vedby Rasmussen
• Morten Helveg Petersen
• Peder R. Pedersen
• Peter Dahl Thruelsen
• Peter Højland
• Peter Skaarup
• Peter Viggo Jakobsen
• Rasmus Horn Langhoff
• Rolf Holmboe
• Samuel Rachlin
• Steen M. Lynenskjold
• Steen Nordstrøm
• Sten Rynning
• Sune Wæsel
• Susanne Teglkamp
• Suzanne B.D. Lassen
• Thomas E. Nissen
• Torben Mikkelsen
• Trine Flockhart
Danish think-tank close to NATO.

Atlantsammenslutningen (English:The Atlantic Alliance) is a Danish think-tank close to NATO.

Own words

Atlantsammenslutningen is a security policy think tank that works to generate debate on current foreign, defense, and security policy issues. Every year, conferences and seminars are organized, and members of our youth organization, the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (YATA), meet at colleges and the like. educational places for giving lectures. In addition, the Atlantic association publishes publications and articles in which current topics are analyzed and discussed.[1]

Atlantsammenslutningen wants security and security policy freedom of action for Denmark, which is guaranteed by a transatlantic security community. Atlantsammenslutningen wants the importance of Denmark's membership of a European and transatlantic security community with other democratic countries to be widely understood by the Danish population.[1]

People

The board consists of representatives for the military forces, all the major parties, academics, journalists, and large Danish corporations.[2]

Many thanks to our Patrons who cover ~2/3 of our hosting bill. Please join them if you can.


References