NATO’s push to reinforce the resilience and sovereignty of Ukraine and Georgia could provide an opportunity for a joint military engagement of the secondary partners – Armenia and Azerbaijan.
- EU member states that want deeper security and defense integration should be given such opportunity - Pildegovics
The success of the Warsaw Summit is ultimately going to be determined by the implementation of NATO’s decisions in three core areas.
NATO muscles up to fight ISIS with Awacs aircraft, more maritime security, and more support for regional partners.
A senior defence analyst at the RAND Corporation explains why the overall message that NATO needs to send coming out of Warsaw should be one that reinforces the gold standard of deterrence.
Is NATO doing what it’s supposed to be and what should the main message be after the NATO Summit in Warsaw?
This Infographic shows who is taking part at the NATO Warsaw Summit 2016.
Everything you should know about behind the scenes at Warsaw 2016 on a simple Infographic
Both organisations share so many key security challenges (stemming from their shared membership) it is unsurprising that CSDP objectives significantly overlap with NATO’s strategic concept.
It is expected that the Warsaw summit will finally approve to strengthen the presence of NATO on the eastern flank.
According to Political Advisor at the U.S. Mission to NATO Tamir G. Waser the fundamental problem with Russia is their lack of transparency.
Sinan Ülgen on why Turkey has radically shifted its position to one where NATO should essentially increase its presence in the Black Sea.
How can NATO achieve a 360 degree perspective to security affairs, one that goes beyond dealing with Russia?
“Russia is not the partner that NATO had been working with for the last 20 years” – said an official of the US Mission to NATO.