|Statement||[edited by] Luís N. Rodrigues and Volodymyr Dubovyk|
|Series||NATO science for peace and security series. Sub-series E: Human and societal dynamics -- v. 76|
|Contributions||NATO Advanced Research Workshop (2010 : Lisbon, Portugal)|
|LC Classifications||JZ5930 .P47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 111 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
|ISBN 10||9781607506690, 9781607506706|
|LC Control Number||2010940795|
: Perceptions of NATO and the New Strategic Concept: Volume 76 NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E: Human and Societal Dynamics (): L. Rodrigues, V. Dubovyk: BooksAuthors: L. Rodrigues, V. Dubovyk. Order Perceptions of NATO and the New Strategic Concept ISBN @ € Qty: Order Ebook This book attempts to address how NATO and its mission are perceived today in the world, to assess the challenges the Organisation is facing in the near future, and to debate what could be its role in the 21st century. Get this from a library! Perceptions of NATO and the new strategic concept. [L Rodrigues; V Dubovyk; IOS Press.;] -- This book attempts to address how NATO and its mission are perceived today in the world, to assess the challenges the organization is facing in the near future, and to debate what could be its role. 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.
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 environment, an environment the Alliance is equipping itself for both . Volume 76 NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E: Human and Societal Dynamics Edited by: L. Rodrigues and V. Dubovyk December , pp., softcover ISBN: NEW Price: US$ / € This book contains a subject index. 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 Strategic Concept. Perceptions of NATO and the New Strategic Concept by Rodrigues, Luis Nuno & Dubovyk, Volodymyr (Eds.) Call Number: / *the book list above was automatically generated by Google Books Library Thematic Bibliographies.
process of elaborating a new Strategic Concept for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was offi-cially launched by NATO’s Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen. It will replace the Strategic Concept of April and is to be agreed by Alliance Heads of State and Government at their next Summit meeting at Lisbon in November File Size: KB. View NATO's New Strategic Concept Research Papers on for free. from washington to lisbon: a new nato strategic concept 55 A stronger argument for the inopportuneness of a new strategic concept review r esides in the. 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 .