Given the importance of 5G as a national security asset and an economic driver, current strategies and principles cannot be limited to national agendas. Opening up a deep transatlantic discussion on the role of 5G will be essential to ensure mutually beneficial cooperation.
Consisting of 29 nationalities, the YGLN continues to provide a secure forum for future leaders to build trust and dialogue on the most pressing security challenges facing wider Europe and North America.
The membership works across four working groups: Security, Civil Society, Economics and Rule of Law. Each working group facilitates dialogue on relevant policy issues related to the Euro-Atlantic region.
Latest ELN publications by YGLN members
President Macron’s speech in February on nuclear deterrence created a new door for a possible nuclear dialogue with European partners. The key to that door most likely lies in Berlin, but no one there seems inclined to pick it up.
YGLN member Sebastian Brixey-Williams has published an analysis with BASIC on the United Kingdom's nuclear weapons policy. He asks whether COVID-19 will force a break in the UK's Continuous At-Sea Deterrence (CASD). One of his most crucial findings is that "now is a good time for the Government...
The YGLN aims to meet on a bi-annual basis in order to introduce the network to policy makers from around the Euro-Atlantic area, exchange ideas among themselves, and to determine the future development of the YGLN.
Members of the Younger Generation Leaders Network publish an open letter urging President’s Trump and Putin to preserve the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, resolve compliance issues, and work to protect nuclear arms control.
The Heinrich Böll Foundation in cooperation with the Younger Generation Leaders Network (YGLN) organised a night owl session on nuclear risks at the Italian Embassy in Berlin.
The Younger Generation Leaders Network on Euro-Atlantic Security (YGLN) held its eighth meeting in Berlin, Germany, on April 15-19, 2018.