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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - THE TRANSATLANTIC LINK AND BURDEN SHARING IN THE CHANGING STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENT

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - THE TRANSATLANTIC LINK AND BURDEN SHARING IN THE CHANGING STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENT

    Ahmet YILDIZ (Turkey)

    This draft report discusses ways to rejuvenate the transatlantic bond and to seek fairer burden sharing in the context of the NATO 2030 agenda and the revision of NATO’s Strategic Concept. Despite the pandemic and other new challenges, NATO continues to demonstrate its unique ability to find…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - SECURITY CHALLENGES IN THE HIGH NORTH

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - SECURITY CHALLENGES IN THE HIGH NORTH

    Jean-Charles LARSONNEUR (France)

    Receding ice is expanding access to surface transit routes and subsurface resources in the Arctic, which are predicted to have a seismic impact on global trade and commodities markets. Greater access to the Arctic is driving increased attention to the region – from both Arctic and non-Arctic states…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - BELARUS: POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND DIPLOMATIC CHALLENGES

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - BELARUS: POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND DIPLOMATIC CHALLENGES

    Michal SZCZERBA (Poland)

    Following highly problematic August 2020 Belarusian Presidential elections, which many observers subsequently characterised as neither free nor fair, widespread protests swept through Belarus. That the elections came to be seen as illegitimate was hardly surprising.  Alexander Lukashenko has long…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - CONFRONTING RUSSIA’S CONTINUING GEOPOLITICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL CHALLENGE

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - CONFRONTING RUSSIA’S CONTINUING GEOPOLITICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL CHALLENGE

    Brendan BOYLE (United States)

    Relations between Russia and West are currently at a new post-Soviet low and the prospects of a new reset of relations are bleak at best. NATO’s prudent dual track approach to Russia is likely to be reaffirmed in the new Strategic Concept. However, it is timely to have a frank and in-depth…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - INTERNATIONAL ARMS CONTROL: CHALLENGES AHEAD

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - INTERNATIONAL ARMS CONTROL: CHALLENGES AHEAD

    Cedric PERRIN (France)

    In the past two decades, the United States, Russia, and China have developed diverging perceptions of the international security environment. At the US-Russia bilateral level, this has become increasingly evident through the collapse of important arms control agreements in recent years – most…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - ENHANCING NATO S&T COOPERATION WITH ASIAN PARTNERS

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - ENHANCING NATO S&T COOPERATION WITH ASIAN PARTNERS

    Nusrat GHANI (United Kingdom)

    NATO has continuously fostered its cooperation with countries that lie outside the geographical  scope of the Alliance. Through a series of programmes and initiatives, NATO engages multi- and  bilaterally with partner nations that share the Alliance’s values and interests. Cooperation in the area…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - ENHANCING THE RESILIENCE OF ALLIED SOCIETIES THROUGH CIVIL PREPAREDNESS

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - ENHANCING THE RESILIENCE OF ALLIED SOCIETIES THROUGH CIVIL PREPAREDNESS

    Joëlle GARRIAUD-MAYLAM

    For Allied societies, the COVID-19 pandemic has painfully demonstrated the importance of strengthening their preparedness and capacity to respond to crises. Faced with an increasingly complex security environment and the multiplication of military and non-military threats affecting all of our…

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