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Images of terror: threats' changing faces
A picture is worth a thousand words - and these pictures may be more. In this photostory, we outline some of the most striking images of the threats that came on, and since, 9/11.

NATO and Russia today: interview with Dmitri Trenin
Dmitri Trenin, Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, looks at where the NATO-Russia relations are today

NATO and its partners: changing relationships?
NATO is changing the way it works with its partners. Ambassador Dirk Brengelmann, Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy, explains what these changes mean to both sides.

Social media: cause, effect and response
Hillary Clinton's senior advisor for innovation outlines how social media can affect the way politics is done. As well as opening up new conversations, it also reflects the new profile and dynamics of voters - and it is up to politicians to respond.

Food security: the seed of solution is already here
Bjørn Lomborg argues that global warming’s effects on food scarcity can be addressed – and now. Furthermore, he paints a picture in which less people starve in the world, despite population growth. Here he sets out the action needed now.

Rare earths: the new oil in 2011
Ever heard of rare earths? Maybe not, but we all use them every day. With 97% of the world's supply in the hands of one nation, should we be worried?

NATO's New Strategic Concept: a successful balancing act? (Nov 2010)
NATO's first Strategic Concept for eleven years was often portrayed as a balancing act. For instance, how to balance new threats with old ones? How to accommodate the interests of small countries and big ones? Now that it has been signed, how was the Concept seen?

The Tea Party: Home, alone?
NATO Review attends a Tea Party to see why people are drawn to the movement and if their domestic opposition to Obama's Administration will affect their views on his foreign policies.

UNSCR 1325: a happy 10th birthday?
It's been 10 years since the UN called for more women in conflict resolution, more respect for women's rights in conflicts and more women's perspectives in peacekeeping. How much has changed?

Yemen: 10 reasons to worry
Want a quick guide to the problems in Yemen? Here's a three minute video which gives the key facts about Yemen, why it matters, the issues at stake and how it may affect us all.

Focus on NATO 1 December 2000
Whither Bosnia? 1 December 2000
Seeking security solutions 1 December 2000
Media wars 1 December 2000
Patners on the Net 1 December 2000
Albanian Disaster Planning 1 December 2000
Bosnia books 1 December 2000
Rethinking security 1 December 2000


Focus on NATO 1 July 2000


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