2 edition of NATO and Mediterranean security found in the catalog.
NATO and Mediterranean security
by published by Brassey"s for the Centre for Defence Studies in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-61).
|Statement||Mark Stenhouse and Bruce George.|
|Series||London defence studies -- 22|
|Contributions||George, Bruce., University of London. Centre for Defence Studies.|
|LC Classifications||UA646.55 .S72 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), established under the North Atlantic Treaty (Apr. 4, ) by Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, and the United States. Other NATO partners include those in the Mediterranean Dialogue and the İstanbul Cooperation. February has been a busy month for its Defense Ministers’ meeting in Brussels, NATO pledged to expand its military footprint in eastern Europe, made new commitments in the fight against the Islamic State (also known as ISIS), and agreed to deploy warships in the Aegean Sea to deter the people-smuggling networks that ferry migrants from Turkey into : Yuri M. Zhukov.
NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue 81 Maritime Security Operations in the Mediterranean 84 Operation Active Endeavour 84 Summary 87 Post Cold-War: The European Union in the Mediterranean 88 European Security Strategy 89 Blue Book- Integrated Maritime Policy 91File Size: 3MB. building initiatives. NATO’s post-Cold War transformation accelerated after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, and resulted in the strengthening of NATO’s approach to the Southeastern European and Mediterranean security environment. The Mediterranean region is important to the security and stability of many NATO members.
The current context seems favorable for relaunching the debate on the MD, with the upcoming NATO summit to be held from July 8 to 9, in Warsaw, Poland. The objective is to emphasize that the Alliance now cannot refrain from revising its Mediterranean vision for security, since the Mediterranean is a security emergency and an essential strategic perspective for Europe, the United States. The book serves as a relevant and timely study of the most pressing issues facing NATO today - including recent lessons gained. It provides recommendations for consideration and further discussion (i.e., the "what" and the "how" regarding future policy options for the North Atlantic Alliance).The purpose of NATO: From Regional to Global Security Provider is to provide a comprehensive analysis Price: $
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This book provides a multi-lateral forum for cooperation, information exchange, and dialogue among the environmental, development, foreign and security policy communities within the Mediterranean Region and thus may provide a precedent for further cooperation and partnership, including other more advanced conferences and publications, on assessing the condition of the entire region and the subsequent impacts and linkages to environmental : Paperback.
Nicola de Santis describes how NATO is forging cooperative relations with the Mediterranean and broader Middle East. Ten years after NATO opened a security dialogue with countries in the wider Mediterranean region, the Mediterranean Dialogue, the Alliance invited participating states at its Istanbul Summit to establish a more ambitious and expanded cooperative framework, thereby.
The Mediterranean is a highly interconnected geopolitical space in which instability, conflict and insecurity have increased dramatically in the last few years.
Today, Mediterranean security is even more central to the national interests of Italy, and therefore requires a continuous, systematic and in-depth reflection by the country’s government and public opinion. The book aims to. Desertification in the Mediterranean Region. A Security Issue It seems that you're in USA.
We have a Desertification in the Mediterranean Region. A Security Issue Book Subtitle Proceedings of the NATO Mediterranean Dialogue Workshop, held in Valencia, Spain, December Editors. This report examines NATO’s Mediterranean Initiative, which was launched at the end ofand how the initiative can be developed as a vehicle for addressing some of the key security problems in the Mediterranean region.
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