How big a cross-section of public opinion do you represent?


We don’t claim to speak on behalf of others – and certainly not the 890 million citizens that live within NATO’s borders – but to draw public attention to alternative voices for change that often get overlooked in the ‘arguments about peace and security’ – one where angry and sectional interests are (wrongly) seen as being the main ‘news’.

Over time, we hope to establish NATO Watch as a centre of excellence for independent oversight, advice and expert analysis on a new reform agenda within the Alliance and to make this one of the most visited ‘peace and security’ websites in Europe and North America.

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