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  • 2020 - CHINA AND THE GLOBAL LIBERAL ORDER

    2020 - CHINA AND THE GLOBAL LIBERAL ORDER

    Lord JOPLING (United Kingdom)

    The contemporary global liberal order, established in the aftermath of World War II, and the values of individual liberty, democracy, human rights and rule of law that underpin it have formed the foundation of the Alliance since its creation. Using its expanding…

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  • 2020 - RUSSIAN MILITARY MODERNISATION: CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR NATO ALLIES

    2020 - RUSSIAN MILITARY MODERNISATION: CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR NATO ALLIES

    Cédric PERRIN (France)

    Clear messaging from policy declarations and actions signal Moscow is doing its best to assert Russia’s power in a multipolar world. Increasing Russian national levers of power will permit Russia to counterbalance US power in the Euro-Atlantic and beyond. Understood in…

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  • 2020 - UPDATED LIST OF DRAFT COMMITTEE REPORTS

    2020 - UPDATED LIST OF DRAFT COMMITTEE REPORTS



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  • 2020 - HYPERSONIC WEAPONS –A TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGE FOR ALLIED NATIONS AND NATO

    2020 - HYPERSONIC WEAPONS –A TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGE FOR ALLIED NATIONS AND NATO

    Susan DAVIS (United States)

    One of the highlights of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s March 2018 State of the Nation address was the presentation of two new nuclear delivery systems, which, he claimed, could evade US anti-ballistic missile defences. About 1 ½ years later, on 27 December 2019,…

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  • 2020 - ENHANCING INFORMATION AND EDUCATION ABOUT NATO

    2020 - ENHANCING INFORMATION AND EDUCATION ABOUT NATO

    Angel TILVAR (Romania)

    Informing and educating the public about NATO, its structures, operations, objectives and the threats it protects the Euro-Atlantic populations from are essential to ensure understanding of and support for the organisation. Given the Alliance’s democratic nature and…

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  • 2020 - GULF CRISIS AND GLOBAL ENERGY MARKETS

    2020 - GULF CRISIS AND GLOBAL ENERGY MARKETS

    Jean-Marie BOCKEL (France)

    The Gulf, like other parts of the Middle East, is both a source of friction and cooperation between Europe and the United States. This reflects both convergent and divergent interests in the region, but it is also emblematic of more enduring changes underway in the…

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  • 2019 - POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NATO PA

    2019 - POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NATO PA



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