NATO in Libya? In this article, Sivan Ghasem provides an update on the current political and security landscape of Libya and highlights potential avenues of cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Kristyn Byrne discusses ISIS activity in Libya and the complexities of involving NATO in the fight.
Eric Morse and Stéfanie von Hlatky explain how ISIS has transformed our common understanding of borders, sovereignty and the international system in just a couple of years.
After the overthrow of Gaddafi, Libya was seen as an example of the best of the Arab Spring. Sandy Vingoe looks at the deterioration of this promising outcome.
To the east, Poland, the Baltics, and Romania face threats of hybrid conflict coming from a revanchist Russia. To the south, allies such as Italy and Greece prioritize maritime security across the Mediterranean.
Years after the Arab Spring, Paul Pryce proposes that the time has come to draw upon NATO’s Istanbul Cooperation Initiative.
The U.S. Military might have total air supremacy over the sky’s of Iraq and Syria, but can a bombing campaign alone defeat the Islamic state?
With tensions rising in Eastern Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, NATO is set to test its revamped Response Force in its biggest military exercise since 2002.
Think the Much Music Video Awards (MMVAs) in Toronto and forced migration have nothing in common? Think again. Victoria explains.
Crisis in the Mediterranean. Whose problem is it? Our Editors debate in this week’s Water Cooler. Also featuring an Atlantic Treaty Association official!