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NATO in an Era of Global Competition

The Atlantic Council of the United States, June 2014


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Resource IDatlanticcouncil2014
Resource titleNATO in an Era of Global Competition
Author/sourceThe Atlantic Council of the United States
Date publishedJune 2014
Summary text/ abstractAs NATO winds down its long combat operation in Afghanistan, the Alliance is facing a new and dynamic security environment that is more strategically constraining and competitive than at any time since the end of the Cold War. This is spurred by a set of long-term trends that are driving a transformation of global arrangements and power relationships and is further reinforced by fiscal austerity and uncertain political leadership on both sides of the Atlantic. Furthermore, along with these long-term challenges, increasing turbulence in the Middle East and the Ukraine crisis mean that NATO today has serious security concerns to tend to on the immediate periphery of Alliance territory. In this new strategic context, in order to remain a credible Alliance and a relevant platform for transatlantic security cooperation, NATO must seize the moment to realign its priorities toward a renewed focus on collective defense and deterrence. NATO must do this while at the same time retaining its ability to carry out crisis management operations and cooperative security efforts in regions close to Alliance territory or of special interest to the transatlantic community. However, collective defense and deterrence must take on a broader definition in the twenty-first century and must incorporate new capabilities and a broader scope of challenges.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Croughtonwatch, Economics, 'Limits to Growth', Peace, Politics
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