There is an ongoing debate whether there is a linkage between the importance of transatlantic values and the level of effective commitment that might contribute to the enduring success of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). In my strongest opinion, there is a precondition to how our alliance can achieve success in the future. And Read More…
Tag: NATO membership
A Sour Grape? Perspectives on Ukraine and NATO Membership
A discussion with Ukrainian stateswoman Hanna Hopko on the prospects of Ukraine joining NATO, and its impact on Eastern Europe and Russia.
Eureka in Europe? The response by G7 and NATO countries to threats new and old
Following the productive 2021 G7 and NATO Summits, Eric Jackson explores two overlapping security issues addressed by the nations and identifies areas for future improvement.
Prepping for 2030: The Young Leaders’ Perspective on NATO’s Future
Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is set to outline the NATO 2030 initiative to the 30 NATO member countries next week. In prep, Eric Jackson highlights the NATO 2030 Young Leaders’ recommendations on how to strengthen the Alliance.
A Partner in Peace: Ukraine’s Complicated Pathway to NATO Membership
As tensions in Eastern Europe rise and calls for Ukrainian membership in NATO increase, Eric Jackson explores Ukraine’s pathway to NATO accession through the Partnership for Peace programme.
Scotland: Out of the UK and into NATO?
Aidan Simardone explores whether an independent Scotland should be a member of the Alliance.
A Partner on the Adriatic: Why Montenegro’s Accession Matters for the Balkans
Aidan Simardone explores how Montenegro’s accession to NATO has the potential to increase political, economic, and security-related cooperation with Balkan states.
The Montenegro Question: Tense Russian Relations and a Failed Coup Examined
Understanding the significance of the attempted coup in Montenegro, and what this means for fragile relations with Russia. Isabel Zucchero and Michele Di Leo discuss
Security in the Nordics, Part II of II Sweden and the NATO Divide
In Part II of this series, Sonia Liang examines the domestic debate in Sweden on how to best deal with today’s regional security challenges. At the center of this debate is the question of whether Sweden should join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Frozen Conflicts, Part II of III: Deputy Chief of Mission George Khelashvili discusses South Ossetia, Abkhazia, and Georgia’s NATO Aspirations
In Part II of a three-part series on frozen conflicts in post-Soviet Europe, Sonia Liang sits down with Deputy Chief of Mission George Khelashvili at the Georgian Embassy in Washington to discuss South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and Georgia’s NATO membership aspirations.