Strategic Concept

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Mar
2010

Towards the Lisbon Summit: Is NATO’s Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty?

Original publication date: 
Mon, 02/01/2010 (All day)

NATO’s next Summit in Lisbon is scheduled for 19-21 November.

1st
Mar
2010

Strategic Concept: News and Opinion Clips (September – December 2009)

 

26th
Jan
2010

Public consultation launched by NATO on its new Strategic Concept: window dressing or a genuine attempt to listen to concerned citizens?

NATO has come under criticism from a variety of sources, including myself, over its lack of transparency and accountability procedures.

20th
Jan
2010

Strengthening the Non-Aggression Norm within NATO

Original publication date: 
Thu, 09/17/2009 - 01:00

Criticism of Germany as an unreliable military ally is widespread and growing. But rather than deregulating the rules of German military engagement, we should be looking to include similar non-aggression clauses in the national legislation of other NATO member states.

20th
Jan
2010

Cleaning up Nato

Original publication date: 
Sun, 07/12/2009 - 01:00

Nato is the cornerstone of UK defence policy – we can no longer afford to ignore the democratic deficit at its heart

20th
Jan
2010

A Watershed Moment for NATO on Nuclear Arms

Original publication date: 
Fri, 05/01/2009 - 01:00

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

20th
Jan
2010

Public Must Help Shape a Better, More Open NATO

Original publication date: 
Fri, 05/08/2009 - 01:00

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.

20th
Jan
2010

NATO reform critical to the Obama Administration’s nuclear disarmament agenda

Original publication date: 
Fri, 05/01/2009 - 01:00

As international support for the phased and verified elimination of nuclear weapons gathers pace several key regional security relationships hold the key to progress.

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