The NATO Summit of 2024 is held in Washington D.C. on 9–11 July. The key topics on the Summit’s agenda are NATO’s deterrence and defence, assistance to Ukraine and NATO’s partnerships. FIIA’s researchers who are listed below will available for media inquiries during the NATO Summit. 

Arkady Moshes: Russian foreign policy, Europe-Russia relations, domestic and foreign policy of Ukraine and Belarus

Charly Salonius-Pasternak: Transatlantic relations, NATO, United States foreign and domestic policy, Finnish security and defence policy

Cordelia Buchanan Ponczek: Political economy of climate policy, energy resource projects (including low-carbon and rare earth element extraction), geoeconomics (specifically trade, regulation, and supply chain dependencies)

Eoin McNamara: Transatlantic relations, US grand strategy, NATO, security in Northern and Eastern Europe

Federica Prandin: Energy security, climate security/diplomacy, Russia and the EU 

Iro Särkkä: NATO, Finnish and French foreign and security policy, Nordic security and defence cooperation

Joel Linnainmäki: Finnish foreign, defense and security policy, Euro-Atlantic security and Northern European security.

Minna Ålander: Northern European security, German and Finnish foreign and security policy, NATO

Minna Ålander and Charly Salonius-Pasternak are following the Summit on site in Washington D.C.