This media archive contains selected interviews, and reports about NATO Watch’s work, as well as public comment from NATO Watch that appears in local, national and international media.
The US president's denunciation of the violence in Tehran (Report, 24 June) might carry more moral authority if his administration stopped carrying out vigilante justice in the Af-Pak region (US missi
Barack Obama's national security adviser, Gen James Jones, rules out ending air and drone strikes in Afghanistan on the grounds that "we can't fight with one hand tied behind our back" (Phosphorus cla
Intercepting shipping imports to North Korea will not bring the nuclear crisis to an end, but it could buy us some vital time
Nato is the cornerstone of UK defence policy – we can no longer afford to ignore the democratic deficit at its heart
This article argues that NATO is a potential obstacle to progress in creating a nuclear-weapons-free world and calls for a progressive devaluing of nuclear weapons within the Alliance as part of a new
Ian Davis: NATO needs to become closer to the more than 1 billion stakeholder citizens. Two new public consultation projects aim to make NATO more accountable, transparent and open.
As international support for the phased and verified elimination of nuclear weapons gathers pace several key regional security relationships hold the key to progress.
The Guardian, Tuesday 16 December 2008
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