Challenge to NATO

Challenge to NATO

Global Security and the Atlantic Alliance

A concice review bringing together differing perspectives and orientations to provide a complete understanding of the future of the Atlantic Alliance, its relationship with the US, and its implications for global security.
Publication date:
November 2021
Publisher :
Potomac Books, Inc.
Editor :
Michael O Slobodchikoff, Doug G Davis, Brandon Stewart
Language:
English
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Paperback
ISBN : 9781640124493

Dimensions : 228 X 152 mm
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Overview
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• Contributors include General Wesley Clark (former Supreme Allied Commander, Europe), Ambassador Robert Hunter (former US Ambassador to NATO during NATO enlargement)
• The book combines a scholarly study of NATO with both diplomatic and military practitioners who have years of experience with NATO
• All of the contributors have immense amounts of knowledge, which makes this book completely unique
• The book is structured into five parts: Part 1 (History), Part 2 (Current Regional Operations), Part 3 (Hybrid and Cyber Warfare and their Threats), Part 4 (Internal and External Threats to the Alliance) and Part 5 (The Future of NATO)

The post-Cold War order established by the United States is at a crossroads: no longer is the liberal order and U.S. hegemonic power a given. The Challenge to NATO is a concise review of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), its relationship with the United States, and its implications for global security. Despite seeing its seventieth anniversary in 2019, NATO faces both external and internal threats to its continued survival. This volume examines the organization's past, its current regional operations, and future threats facing the Atlantic Alliance with contributions by well-known academics, former central figures within NATO, and diplomats directly involved in NATO operations. In this volume, Michael O. Slobodchikoff, G. Doug Davis, and Brandon Stewart bring together differing perspectives and orientations to provide a complete understanding of the future of the Atlantic Alliance.