Military Adaptation In Afghanistan

Author: Theo Farrell
Publisher: Stanford University Press
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What was new in 2010 was the agreement actually to train some of these experts,
who typically are unprepared for work in high-risk environments. See Niels
Henrik Hedegaard, “NATO's Institutional Environment: The New Strategic
Concept Endorses the Comprehensive Approach,” in Jens Ringsmose and Sten
Rynning, eds., NATO's New Strategic Concept: A Comprehensive Assessment (
Copenhagen: DIIS, 2011), 75—82. 33. At least judging by NATO experience.
Interview with ...

Nato S Balancing Act

Author: David S. Yost
Publisher: United States Inst of Peace Press
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David S. Yost. st 3O. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 41 42. 43. 45. . See, for
example, Jacek Durkalec, New Strategic Concept and NATO: "Visible
Assurances” towards Central and Eastern 47. 48. 49. 50. fied sources on the
Alliance's contingency planning ... See also the study by Norwegian scholar Paal
Sigurd Hilde, “The Strategic Concept and NATO's Command Structure: Shifting
Gears?,” in NATO; New Strategic Concept: A Comprehensive Assessment, DIIS
Report 2011:02, ed.

Nato S Post Cold War Trajectory

Author: M. Webber
Publisher: Springer
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2,at 16. See NATO, The
Alliance's Strategic Concept, para. 24;NorthAtlantic Council,Final Communique,
Ministerial Meeting ofthe NorthAtlantic Council, 14May 2002,para.3; NATO,
Comprehensive Political Guidance, para. 2; and Albright, et al., NATO 2020,pp. 6
–7. 17. Illustrativeare NATO, The Alliance'sStrategic Concept,para. 24;Riga
SummitDeclaration, para. 45;Albright,etal.,NATO 2020, p.13;and North Atlantic
Council, Active ...

Encyclopedia Of U S Foreign Relations

Author: Bruce W. Jentleson
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195110579
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Meeting in London in July 1990, allied leaders launched a comprehensive
review of NATO strategy that culminated in the adoption of a new “Alliance
Strategic Concept” at the November 1991 Rome Summit. ... S. Military Policy.
Lanham, Md. 1989. Killebrew, Robert B. Conventional Defense and Total
Deterrence: Assessing NATOs Strategic Options. Wilmington, Del., 1986.
FLORIDA Admitted to the Union as a state in 1845 but a significant region prior to
that year as a peninsula ...

Security Strategies And Their Implications For Nato S Strategic Concept

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Jean Dufourcq, Carlo Masala. view, if anything is going to prevent Iran from
acquiring nuclear weapons, it will be the threat of comprehensive sanctions, not a
military strike or a war. In my view, moreover, we do not have a credible military
option against Iran right now, for a whole host of reasons. The North Korean case
is much more interesting and complex. If the recent agreement with North Korea
demonstrates anything (assuming it actually produces an accord), it shows not
the ...

The Pulse

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Most of theso countries viov; warmly the principle of leaving the Soviets to face
two alternatives in a "comprehensive strategy concept" as Turkey does. Also,
NATO has to establish for sure the ... is trying to prepare counter proposals. That
is why when asked about accepting new nuclear commitments and if there will be
modernization the Turkish Government gives flexible answers like, "We will
assess it if proposals come from NATO" and refrains from taking stances to worry
the I ...

Congressional Record

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That report estimated not only the costs that would be occasioned by NATO
enlargement, but also the costs to present NATO members to implement the
alliance's new strategic concept that requires reorientation from a static defense
posture suitable during the cold war to a more flexible and mobile ... The really
relevant aspect of the administration's Cost assessment, the assessment of the
costs for NATO members for the direct costs, is the figure $9 billion to $12 billion
over 13 years.

Nominations Before The Senate Armed Services Committee First Session 111th Congress

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My initial assessment is that the military authorities will seek a balance of
collective defense and global operations. Once the political leaders reach
consensus, further development of military tasks and defining capabilities will be
no easy task and must be done with a realistic understanding of the means
available. I look forward to contributing my military advice to the development of a
new NATO Strategic Concept, a concept that will drive and frame NATO's role in
the international ...