NATO Review online magazine looks at key security issues through the eyes of the experts
How important does Madeleine Albright believe energy security is? Where does Paddy Ashdown believe the Balkans is heading? And how do award-winning journalists, economists and researchers see the future in diverse issues from organised crime to climate change?
NATO Review asked the Governor of State of Ilinois, Pat Quinn, about Chicago's preparations for the NATO's 2012 Summit, how the Alliance is perceived in the city and why Chicago represents the best backdrop for NATO's first Summit in North America this century.
Joseph Nye outlines how the cyberworld has created changes in power: e-Power. And it is a world where everyone is seemingly equal - but some are more equal than others. Here he outlines how this could develop in 2012.
Bjorn Lomborg is best known for his work on climate change. But here he highlights that getting things right now, in areas such as HIV and malnutrition, could be just as important as getting things right for the future in climate change.
Yes: Franois Heisbourg is director of Geneva's Centre for Security Policy.
No: Rob de Wijk is professor of international relations at Leiden University, the Royal Military Academy and the Clingendael Institute.