6 edition of Nato"s New Strategic Concept And Peripheral Contingencies found in the catalog.
November 25, 1999
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
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If NATO is to thrive into its second 50 years, it needs to craft a bold strategic concept to unite the pieces of this mosaic for next year's anniversary summit in Washington. A consensus needs to. Such a NATO effort cannot be an effort based on broad concepts and goals, and vague strategic objectives. The key will be to develop detailed force plans and longer-term budgets that use each nation’s resources wisely over a period of years to produce tangible nation-by-nation changes in actual military capability.
The Strategic Concept states that NATO will ‘develop the capacity to contribute to energy security, including protection of critical energy infrastructure and transit areas and lines, cooperation with partners, and consultations among Allies on the basis of strategic assessments and contingency planning’. The violence in Libya for instance. NATO's New Strategic Concept and Peripheral Contingencies: The Middle East Political Violence and Stability in the States of the Northern Persian Gulf RAND Review: Vol. 23, No. 1, Spring
For the first time since , NATO is devising a new strategic concept. The group of experts tasked with drafting the paper must tackle not only a changed security environment, but also different. Though unclassified, NATO doctrine and policy documents are not released to the public. MILITARY CONCEPT FOR NATO STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS. 15 pages; J ; Strategic Communications (StratCom) has emerged as an increasingly .
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NATO adopts new Strategic Concept Lisbon, 19 November At their Summit meeting in Lisbon, NATO leaders adopted a new Strategic Concept that will serve as the Alliance's roadmap for the next ten years and that reconfirms the commitment to defend one another against attack as the bedrock of Euro-Atlantic security.
Get this from a library. NATO's new strategic concept and peripheral contingencies: the Middle East. [Shahram Chubin; Jerrold D Green; F Stephen Larrabee; Center for Middle East Public Policy (Rand Corporation); Geneva Centre for Security Policy.;] -- On July, RAND's Center for Middle East Public Policy and the Geneva Center for Security Policy held a workshop on the likelihood of.
NATO's New Strategic Concept and Peripheral Contingencies: The Middle East. by Shahram Chubin, Jerrold D. Green, F. Stephen Larrabee. Related Topics: North Atlantic Treaty Organization Cited by: 3.
Get this from a library. NATO's new strategic concept and peripheral contingencies: the Middle East: Geneva, Switzerland, July[Shahram Chubin; Jerrold D Green; F Stephen Larrabee; Middle East Policy and Research Center (Washington. The Strategic Concept is an official document that outlines NATO’s enduring purpose and nature, and its fundamental security tasks.
It also identifies the central features of the new security environment, specifies the elements of the Alliance’s approach to security and provides guidelines for the adaptation of its military forces.
RAND/GCSP WORKSHOP ON "NATO'S NEW STRATEGIC CONCEPT AND PERIPHERAL CONTINGENCIES: THE MIDDLE EAST" On July, the Center for Middle East Public Policy (CMEPP) at RAND and the Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP) held a joint workshop on "NATO's New Strategic Concept and Peripheral Contingencies: The Middle East." The workshop was.
NATO's new Strategic concept "New Serbia, new NATO" discussed and debated Business News, posted 08/12/ A two-day conference organized by the Forum for Ethnic Relations, TransConflict Serbia and K and supported by the Czech Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the Balkan Trust for Democracy and NATO Public Diplomacy.
NATO's New Strategic Concept: A Comprehensive Assessment (NATO's new Strategic Concept analyzed by 18 NATO experts) Jens RINGSMOSE and Sten RYNNING (eds)(March ) DANISH INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, DIIS Report This Strategic Concept will guide the next phase in NATO’s evolution, so that it continues to be effective in a changing world, against new threats, with new capabilities and new partners: • It reconfirms the bond between our nations to defend one another against attack, including against new threats to.
The views expressed are the author's alone and do not represent those of the Department of the Navy or any US government agency. An earlier version of this article appeared as a chapter in Bram Boxhoorn and David den Dunnen, eds, NATO's new Strategic Concept: moving beyond the status quo.
(The Hague: Netherlands Atlantic Association, ). New Strategic Concept. The new strategic concept, with its increased emphasis on the need to be prepared for attacks of varying scales in anv region of the NATO area, calls for a comprehensive ran re of mobile and well-equipped forces, conventional as well as.
Why NATO needs a new strategic concept One of the core reasons that have made NATO the most successful security alliance in recent history is its ability to adapt to a changed political environment. This also includes adapting the strategic foundations of the Atlantic Alliance and its core strategic documents to the respective political.
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draft the basis for a new ‘strategic concept’ which would provide “a sound transatlantic consensus on NATO’s roles and missions and on its strategy to deal with security challenges.”.
All this undoubtedly helped the drafting of the actual Strategic Concept by NATO Secretary General Rasmussen and his team from August up to the time of NATO’s Lisbon summit. It is a testament to the Group of Experts that most of the ideas and proposals contained in.
Introduction. Taking Stock of NATO’s New Strategic Concept Jens Ringsmose and Sten Rynning On 19 November NATO formally agreed to adopt a New Strategic Concept. After a long, tightly scheduled and generally speaking fairly transparent process the NATO family endorsed an updated understanding of what the core purpose of the.
NATO's New Strategic Concept and Peripheral Contingencies: The Middle East RAND Review: Vol. 23, No. 1, Spring U.S. policy toward Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean: changing strategic perspectives after the Cold War For these reasons, NATO managed to agree on the new Strategic Concept in a remarkably short time and on November 19 all 28 heads of states put their signature under the new strategic foundation of the Alliance.
The content of the Strategic Concept Even if NATO Secretary General Rasmussen praised the Lisbon summit as the most. The New Strategic Concept For much of the s, NATO has acted on the basis of a strategic concept that was developed in response to the profound political changes in.
Strategic Concept 19 Nov. The Strategic Concept 'Active Engagement, Modern Defence' is a very clear and resolute statement on NATO's values and strategic objectives for the next decade. Collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security are the Alliance's essential core tasks in today's transformed security.
The long awaited new strategic concept, launching what has been termed "NATO ," has been published under the banner "Active Engagement, Modern Defense.".Nato’s new strategic concept and us commitments in the asia-pacific Article in The RUSI Journal (5) October with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Abstract.
In OctoberThe Telegraph ‘revealed’ that NATO’s Supreme Commander, General John Craddock, had asked for the authority to draw up contingency defence plans for former Soviet bloc NATO allies in Central and Eastern Europe (McElroy, ).
Why was not that already done? The Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland had then been members for almost ten years, and Bulgaria, Estonia.