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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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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS: IMPLICATIONS AND PROSPECTS

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS: IMPLICATIONS AND PROSPECTS

    Faik ÖZTRAK (Turkey)

    The longer-term consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for the global economy are coming into focus. The pandemic is now recognised as having constituted the largest synchronised fall in global GDP in modern history, although its impact was quickly mitigated by governments which were guided by…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - ALLIED DEFENCE SPENDING: ENDURING THREATS AND NEW CONSTRAINTS  

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - ALLIED DEFENCE SPENDING: ENDURING THREATS AND NEW CONSTRAINTS  

    Christian TYBRING-GJEDDE (Norway)

    The COVID-19 pandemic and the global recession it has triggered have placed serious pressures on Allied defence budgets. As governments enact fiscal stimulus packages to bolster aggregate demand, there is growing concern amongst strategic thinkers that defence spending could be sacrificed to cover…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - CHINA’S DEFENCE POSTURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR NATO

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - CHINA’S DEFENCE POSTURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR NATO

    Lara MARTINHO (Portugal)

    Beijing is investing in modern armed forces capable of defending China’s increasingly global interests. The modernisation of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is accelerating under the watch of Xi Jinping. Three military goals structure Xi’s vision for the PLA – mechanisation, informationisation,…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - NATO AND THE MEDITERRANEAN SECURITY AGENDA

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - NATO AND THE MEDITERRANEAN SECURITY AGENDA

    Sonia KRIMI (France)

    The Mediterranean Sea has three strategic entry points, providing access to the Atlantic Ocean, the Red Sea which leads to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, and the Black Sea which leads to Eastern Europe and Russia. Thus, the Mediterranean connects all the world’s major political, economic and energy…

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  • 2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - BIOLOGICAL THREATS: TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS AND THE SPECTRE OF BIOTERRORISM IN THE POST-COVID-19 ERA

    2021 - REVISED DRAFT REPORT - BIOLOGICAL THREATS: TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS AND THE SPECTRE OF BIOTERRORISM IN THE POST-COVID-19 ERA

    Leona ALLESLEV (Canada)

    The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has exposed global vulnerabilities to biological threats and refocused attention on the possibility of deliberate biological attacks. This draft report discusses the opportunities offered by biotechnology and other Emerging and Disruptive Technologies (EDTs), as well…

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