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Non sei nato per morire By Frank Metzger
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La battaglia è finita, non è più tempo di lottare, è tempo di vivere la Pace, la Gioia e l’Amore che Tu sei, che sempre fosti e che sempre sarai. Un viaggio nelle... More > molteplici dimensioni del tuo esistere alla scoperta di ciò che è vero e ciò che è illusione, affinché Tu possa splendere della tua Luce e rendere il mondo un luogo di Pace. Una via verso la tua Ascensione: non hai più bisogno di abbandonare il corpo per sperimentare la Luce. I tempi sono maturi perché Tu possa portare nella Luce ogni parte di te o meglio, perché La Luce che sei possa risplendere ovunque Tu sia, anche in un corpo di carne.< Less
New NATO Members: Security Consumers or Producers? [Enlarged Edition] By Joel R. Hillison & Strategic Studies Institute
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This monograph examines the burden-sharing of new members in NATO. Qualitative and quantitative methods are used to test the hypothesis that new NATO members are burden-sharing at a greater rate... More > than older NATO members. An analysis of the burden-sharing behavior of NATO’s 1999 wave of new members reveals that new NATO members have demonstrated the willingness to contribute to NATO missions, but are often constrained by their limited capabilities. However, new member contributions to NATO have improved and, in comparison to older NATO members, the new members are doing quite well. The United States should focus on improving the capabilities of the new members while encouraging its older allies to increase their own contributions to the alliance where feasible.< Less
The New NATO Policy Guidelines on Counterterrorism: Analysis, Assessment, and Actions By Stefano Santamato & Marie-Theres Beumler
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The history of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will say that the first, and so far only, time NATO has called upon its Article 5 collective defense clause was on September 12, 2001,... More > following a terrorist attack on one of its members. Yet, until the agreement by NATO Heads of State and Government on the new policy guidelines on counterterrorism on May 20, 2012, NATO did not have an agreed policy to define its role and mandate in countering terrorism. In the 11 years that have followed the 9/11 attacks on the United States, NATO has opted for a pragmatic approach to the fight against terrorism and succeeded in identifying its added value. The result has been a series of substantial counterterrorism activities. Their impact, however, has been mitigated by the lack of an agreed policy defining NATO’s rightful place among international counterterrorism actors. The evolving nature of the terrorist environment and of the global responses required has made it necessary to reassess the threat posed by...< Less
Toward A NATO of The Gulf? The Challenges of Collective Defense Within The GCC By Jean-Loup Samaan
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The stability of the Gulf remains a priority of U.S. national security interests. Because of its importance both politically and economically, the region is and should likely remain a critical area... More > for U.S. Armed Forces in the near future. But if for a long time, the Gulf Arab kingdoms seemed to be passive actors of their own region―leaving either Iran, Iraq, or Western powers to shape the power plays―they now reached an unprecedented level of strategic ambition. As evidenced by their active diplomatic agendas in the Middle East and their increased military involvement in regional crises, the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are now players that matter. Does this mean that the GCC could become a credible regional organization enforcing collective security in the Peninsula? For years, this has been a dream that even the most optimistic planners of the U.S. Department of Defense considered distant, if not farfetched.< Less
An Arab NATO In The Making? Middle Eastern Military Cooperation Since 2011 By Florence Gaub & Strategic Studies Institute (SSI)
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The Middle East and North Africa region has been one of the world’s most unstable areas since World War II, and yet, the nations of the region have failed to develop any form of security... More > architecture. The Arab Spring and its aftermath seemed to have opened a window of opportunity for certain Arab states to cooperate more—but how and to what extent remain to be seen. This Letort Paper explains why the region has struggled so far to establish cooperative security, and what obstacles need to be overcome on the way to a system akin to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Unless they are addressed, every new announcement of an alliance—be it of Arab, Islamic, Gulf, or other nature—will remain a pie in the sky. Just as the international community is yet again considering such an architecture—perhaps even including Iran—this idea and its implementation are more important than ever.< Less
NATO Strategy and Transformation Plans Handbook Volume 1 Military Strategy and Transformation By Int'l Business Publications USA
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NATO Strategy and Transformation Plans Handbook Volume 1 Military Strategy and Transformation
Nato-Russia Glossary of Contemporary Political And Military Terms Handbook By IBP USA
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Nato-Russia Glossary of Contemporary Political And Military Terms Handbook
NATO Strategy and Transformation Plans Handbook Volume 1 Military Strategy and Transformation By Int'l Business Publications USA
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NATO Strategy and Transformation Plans Handbook Volume 1 Military Strategy and Transformation
Nato-Russia Glossary of Contemporary Political And Military Terms Handbook By IBP USA
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Nato-Russia Glossary of Contemporary Political And Military Terms Handbook
The Security Concerns of The Baltic States as NATO Allies (Enlarged Edition) By James S. Corum et al.
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If the United States is likely to fight in a coalition with small allies in the future, then it is useful to understand the experience, capabilities, and perspectives of those allies. Since regaining... More > independence in 1991, the countries of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania have been very active in supporting NATO and U.S. military operations abroad. It is notable that the three Baltic countries have also used the deployment of a significant part of their forces in the last decade as a major part of their program to carry out a major force transformation.< Less

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