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Cooperative Security within NATO

A focus on Article 3 would improve interoperability to address horizontal threats By Maj. Joseph N. Gardner, U.S. Army In November 2010, at the Lisbon Summit, NATO published a new Strategic Concept that introduced cooperative security…

Exploring Terror-Crime Convergence

Eurasian security leaders discuss solutions to 21st century threats By Marshall Center Public Affairs National ministers and senior government and military officials from 40 nations met at the George C. Marshall European Center for…

Deepening Partnerships

The U.S. Air Force and Marshall Center focus on building military skills By Maj. Dear Beloved, U.S. Air Force/Marshall Center fellow In December 2013, for the first time, three U.S. Air Force (USAF) Regional Affairs Strategist (RAS)…

The G7 in a Multipolar World

The expulsion of Russia provides an opportunity to reinvent the organization By Alessandro Scheffler Corvaja, research associate, Bundeswehr University, Munich In preparation for the June 2015 G7 summit, the group’s foreign ministers…

Operation Atlantic Resolve

A case study in effective communication strategy By Jesse Granger When Lt. Gen. Donald Campbell, then commanding general of U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR), finished speaking in Tallinn, Estonia, on April 22, 2014, the reaction of the audience…

The New NATO

The crisis in Ukraine has forced the Alliance to adapt strategically to new threats The days when NATO could boast of the special partnership it had established with post-Cold War Russia have ended. The cause of the shift wasn’t just the…

Interoperability and Integration

The NATO Response Force hones tactics to confront challenges in Europe NATO has stood as the primary guarantor of European security for more than 65 years. With the end of the Cold War, however, the most substantial security threat…
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