Nato in the 60th Anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty. Challenges and strategic divergences from national perspectives: Challenges and strategic divergences from national perspectives
The aim of this book is to assess the challenges to NATO enlargement and transformation, offering national perspectives on the Alliance’s evolution. Accordingly, the analysis focuses on three different levels – old members, new members and partners – in order to provide an appraisal of convergences and divergences on NATO’s changing character and responsibilities.
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Costs of NATOs Survival
Challenges for NATO in the Wider Black Sea Area
New Threats Old Internal Constraints and More Obligations
an American Perspective
5 NATO at the Heart of FrenchAmerican Relations Strategies Geopolitical Relations and Security Stakes
6 NATOs Transformation and Turkey
between Historical Memory and Challenges of the Future
8 Evolution of Relations between NATO and Romania
NATOs Unfinished Business in the Southern Caucasus
an Inconsistent Recipe for a Troublesome Country
11 Nato and Russia in the PostWall Europe
Action Plan Afghanistan Alliance’s allies American April Atlantic Alliance Azerbaijan Balkans Black Sea area Black Sea region Bosnia Bucharest Bucharest Summit Central and Eastern challenges Cold Cold War conflict context cooperation country’s crisis decision defense democracy democratic dialogue economic energy security enlargement process ESDP Europe’s European countries European security European Union forces foreign policy framework France France’s French geopolitical Georgia Georgia and Ukraine Germany global important initiative institutional integration interests intervention involvement Iraq ISAF issues Italian Italy Italy’s join Kosovo Mediterranean membership military structures missions Moscow NATO-Russia NATO’s North Atlantic Treaty operations organization participation partners Partnership for Peace peacekeeping perspective Poland Polish political post-Cold President problems reform relations relationship role Romania Russia Russian Federation South Caucasus South Ossetia Soviet Union stability Strategic Concept territory terrorism threats transatlantic Turkey Turkey’s Turkish Ukraine Ukraine and Georgia Ukraine’s Ukrainian United West Western Wider Black Sea