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NATO's return to Europe : engaging Ukraine, Russia, and beyond
Éditeur Georgetown University Press
Année copyright 2017
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NATO's return to Europe : engaging Ukraine, Russia, and beyond
1 vol. (xviii-272 pages) ; 23 cm
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NATO's return to Europe.
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Introduction : Alliance, Identity, and geopolitics / Rebecca R. Moore and Damon Coletta ; Force posture after NATO's return to Europe : too little, too late / John R. Deni ; NATO's return : implications for extended deterrence / Schuyler Foerster ; NATO's enlargement policy to Ukraine and beyond : prospects and options / Andrew T. Wolff ; NATO's territorial defense : the global approach and the regional approach / Magnus Petersson ; Still learning? NATO's Afghan lessons beyond the Ukraine Crisis / Sten Rynning ; European security at a crossroads after Ukraine? institutionalization of partnerships and compliance with NATO's security policies / Ivan Dinev Ivanov ; The purpose of NATO partnership : sustaining liberal order beyond the Ukraine crisis / Rebecca R. Moore ; NATO-Russia technical cooperation : unheralded prospects / Damon Coletta ; The Ukraine crisis and beyond : strategic opportunity or strategic dilemma for the China-Russia strategic partnership? / Huiyun Feng ; Conclusion and comment : NATO's ever-evolving identity / Stanley R. Sloan
"NATO's 2010 Strategic Concept officially broadened the alliance's mission beyond collective defense, reflecting a peaceful Europe and changes in alliance activities. NATO had become a facilitator of cooperative security arrangements, a crisis-manager even outside of Europe, and a liberal democratic club as much as a mutual-defense organization. However, Russia's aggressive annexation of Crimea in 2014 and its ongoing military support for Ukrainian separatists have dramatically altered the strategic environment and fundamentally called into question the liberal European security order. States bordering Russia, many of which are now NATO members, are worried, and the alliance is divided over assessments of Russia's behavior. The intent of this book is to explore the impact of Russia's new assertiveness, particularly in Ukraine, on the NATO alliance. This international group of scholars will look at a broad range of issues from a variety of perspectives in the interest of, not only explaining recent developments, but also making recommendations about critical choices confronting the NATO allies. While a renewed emphasis on collective defense is clearly a priority, the contributors to this volume also caution against an overcorrection which would make NATO too inwardly focused" (ed.)
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