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The Importance of NATO Existence in the World By Oleksandr Richardson
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A five-page brief description of the current situation in the world concerning security threats. During the Cold War, the threat of being attacked by the Soviet Union was the main fear for each... More > Western European citizen. The political personality of the Soviet Union was to enlarge its influence on the space, which was non-communist. Therefore, European countries sought the only possible solution and decided to establish the idea of collective security to prevent further tension and fear from the Soviet regime.< Less
The NATO-Russia Partnership: A Marriage Of Convenience Or A Troubled Relationship? By Stephen J. Blank & Strategic Studies Institute
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Soon after the attacks of September 11, 2001, Russian President Vladimir Putin pledged Russian support to the U.S. campaign against terrorism. Putin’s actions triggered a process that also led... More > to a Russo-North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) rapprochement and Russian membership in a newly formed NATORussia Council created by the Treaty of Rome in 2002. However, since then this partnership has been a rocky and ambivalent one. And as East-West relations deteriorate, as they have over the last four years, the stresses in this partnership bid fair to outweigh the benefits to the players involved. Accordingly, this monograph focuses on the Russian side of this relationship and seeks to uncover, as well as analyze, the reasons for Russia’s growing ambivalence toward NATO and the growing sense of estrangement between these two key actors in Eurasian security. Professor Stephen J. Blank’s monograph grew out of a paper prepared for a 2005 Paris conference of Franco-American diplomats.< Less
The Bases Of French Peace Operations Doctrine: Problematical Scope Of France’s Military Engagements Within The U.N. Or NATO Framework By Joseph Philippe Grégoire et al.
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The U.S. Army War College provides an excellent environment for selected Army Officers and government civilians to reflect and use their career experience to explore a wide range of strategic issues.... More > To assure that the research developed by Army War College students is available to Army and Department of Defense Leaders, the Strategic Studies Institute publishes selected papers in its Carlisle Papers in Security Strategy Series. “The Bases of French Peace Operations Doctrine” by Joseph Philippe Grégoire, a Foreign Service Officer who was a member of the U.S. Army War College Class of 2002, inaugurates this series. In this paper Mr. Grégoire provides a detailed assessment of the French approach to peace operations. As the United States adjusts its national security strategy to meet the challenges of the global war on terrorism, understanding the capabilities and interests of key allies will be particularly important.< Less
The Onion Files By Val Pattee
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Suppose al-Qaeda had a second, potentially more devastating attack planned in 2001. THE ONION FILES is a spy thriller unique in one very important aspect: author Val Pattee was one of the Western... More > world's top spy masters. Serving as chief of intelligence for NATO in Europe during periods of Cold War-era terrorism, he worked with the heads of intelligence for sixteen member nations, and conferred with his Soviet and Red Chinese counterparts. Pattee infuses the action with a realism of people and places only an insider could deliver. The title refers to a diabolical plot by al-Qaeda to devastate vast areas of the United States. US CIA and Russian counter-terrorism units hunt across three continents to halt a computer virus and its brilliant creator. "... an extraordinary fictional spy thriller ... I strongly recommend that intelligence and homeland security personnel at all levels read this fascinating novel." --Lt. General Leonard Perroots (Ret), former Director, US Defense Intelligence Agency< Less
Cyber Tiger By Robert D. Greco, Jr
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A fast paced story about a newly developed security software system that revolutionizes not only the United States and NATO defense industry, but also the very boundaries of science itself. The... More > programming code, named “the Vault”, is based on the human genome, making its encryption so complex, that hacking it is nearly impossible. Professor Jihad Shareed heads the team of world-class program developers and bio-geneticist who are secretly developing the Vault. The project is commissioned by Maxwell Von Wexler, the newly selected head of the Department of Homeland Security. Only, Wexler has a secret that threatens not only the United States and its allies but the future of the entire human race. Shrouded in mystery, a subversive team of rogue ex-CIA agents help Maxwell Wexler to realize his psychopathic vision to not only change the nature of national defense, but of his true vision of ruling the world from within a digital realm.< Less
The Next Great War In the Middle East: Russia Prepares to Fulfill the Prophecy of Gog and Magog By S. Douglas Woodward
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S. Douglas Woodward tackles the turbulent and tense relationship between Russia and the US as the backdrop to Ezekiel’s famed prophecy—the “Battle of Gog and Magog.” The... More > author argues the specter of nuclear war looms as prelude to the prophesied war when Gog gathers his great army to attack Israel. Woodward builds upon scores of timely articles composed by respected journalists and research papers written by geopolitical experts who study the Middle East, compiling their findings and documenting why a great war may explode in the days just ahead as a result of Islamic terror, Russian militarism, and failed U.S. policies toward Iran, Iraq, Israel, and most recently the fight against ISIS in Syria. Woodward challenges popular prophetic teachings arguing the next war in the Middle East is not the “Psalm 83 War,” why Russia and not Turkey will be Ezekiel’s Gog, why advances in Russian weaponry threaten the security of the United States, and how U.S. policy is at fault for today’s instability in Syria and Iraq.< Less
Reconfiguring The American Military Presence In Europe By LTC Raymond A. Millen & Strategic Studies Institute
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What does NATO bring to U.S. national security in practical terms? This rhetorical question seeks not so much to provoke debate than to invoke NATO’s potential. In the post-Cold War era,... More > especially during the war on terrorism, NATO’s raison d’être must expand beyond securing the immediate borders of member states. In this monograph, Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Millen examines America’s choices regarding the basing of ground troops in Europe. He considers three major options available to the United States—complete withdrawal, annual rotations, and restructuring the Alliance to accommodate a smaller U.S. presence. While weighing the advantages and disadvantages of each option, he does not lose sight of the ultimate objective of NATO—to provide credible land power for the full spectrum of operations.< Less

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