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?
Feeding the world is a Herculean task. And harnessing adequate water supplies is getting harder - especially as demand increases. This photostory shows some of the major obstacles to all the world's food reaching all the world's people.
Energy use is not a side issue for security. Power outages in many NATO states have shown how vulnerable we all are without sufficient energy. As the demand for more energy resources increases, how can we make sure this does not lead to conflict?
The beginning of 2011 has been marked by concern about what the day to day effects of climate change will be. Possibly the most important is how it will affect food. The global population is likely to rise from 7billion this year to 9 billion by 2050. Yet, at the same time as having more mouths to feed, the world will have less water and cultivable land. What will this mean for our security?
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.
NATO Review looks into why the High North is suddenly a high political and security priority. And how changes there are affecting areas from oil to trade to the environment. This video features comments from leading politicians, scientists and NATO's top military personnel.
Norway's Foreign Affairs Minister, Jonas Gahr Store, has played a leading role in focusing more attention on the issue of the High North. In this interview, he explains the role of science, cooperation - and Russia.
A top international food expert outlines how international organisations can respond to the food crisis in the short and long term, and describes the challenges and opportunities the situation presents.