NATO Review

    • Cognitive superiority 06 Feb. 2024 Complacency is a lethal error in strategy making and warfare. As Russia has learned in Ukraine, overestimating your own capabilities and underestimating your enemy can lead to failure.
    • Why cognitive superiority is an imperative 06 Feb. 2024 Complacency is a lethal error in strategy making and warfare. As Russia has learned in Ukraine, overestimating your own capabilities and underestimating your enemy can lead to failure. NATO cannot take its own continued strategic success for granted.
    • Hidden Child: How I survived the Holocaust 25 Jan. 2024 During the horror of World War II, many Jewish families in Belgium were forced to hide their children in the hopes that they would avoid detection by the Gestapo and ultimately survive the war. In Belgium alone, more than 5000 children survived the genocide via disguise and concealment from the world. This is the story of Baroness Regina Sluszny: one of Belgium’s remaining Holocaust survivors, and one of the Hidden Children.
    • Don’t fight the future, decide it! 13 Dec. 2023 “Don’t fight the problem, decide it!” This quote, attributed to former United States Secretary of State George C. Marshall, pithily sums up the attitude of effective policy planning in times of turbulence. The temptation to “fight” problems comes from the expectation that all problems are solvable. Yet some problems are unsolvable, and the fight becomes a losing battle.
    • Climate change threatens NATO’s readiness and resilience at sea 30 Nov. 2023 NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept defines climate change as a “crisis and a threat multiplier”, but what does that actually mean for NATO’s ability to deter and defend? At the NATO Summit in Brussels in 2021, Allies agreed to put climate change at the top of NATO’s agenda. The new Strategic Concept, which was agreed at the 2022 Madrid Summit, reaffirmed this commitment. Since then, NATO has produced several flagship reports on the topic, which show how the effects of climate change have profound impacts on everyday life. However, there is still a strong need to explore how climate change affects NATO operations across different domains.

NATO IN FOCUS

Deterrence and defence

NATO is a defensive alliance whose members are committed to safeguarding the freedom and security of all Allies, against all threats, from all directions.

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Deterrence and defence
Funding NATO

NATO is resourced through the direct and indirect contributions of its members.

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Funding NATO
Relations with Ukraine

The security of Ukraine is of great importance to NATO and its member states.

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Relations with Ukraine
NATO’s role in Kosovo

NATO has been leading a peace-support operation in Kosovo since June 1999 in support of wider international efforts to build peace and stability in the area.

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NATO’s role in Kosovo