Enlargement & Partnerships

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After the Berlin Wall collapsed and the Soviet Union disintegrated, an unprecedented opportunity was missed by NATO to build a new rules based international system. NATO should now seek to develop a vision for, and take genuine practical steps towards, a wider and more inclusive network of partners, including the creation of mechanisms for partnership with non-member countries and other relevant international organisations, such as the EU, OSCE, G8, G20 and the UN and its agencies. Effective multilateralism means supporting a range of international treaties, norms and institutions, even when it presents difficulties for short-term national or collective NATO interests. This is a summary list of all the content in the site categorised within the Enlargement and Partnerships policy area.


NATO-EU: Assets and Interoperability


Six Essays on NATO’s Cooperation with the External World

Original publication date: 
Mon, 11/30/2009 (All day)


NATO and the EU: Cooperation?

Original publication date: 
Tue, 02/23/2010 (All day)

This article by Paul Sturm assesses the current state of EU-NATO cooperation in the field of capability development.