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Contents
 


Foreword

Capabilities, capabilities, capabilities

Closing the capabilities gap
James Appathurai examines the nature of the capabilities gap and initiatives to overcome it.

Attainable targets
Edgar Buckley considers prospects for NATO's new capabilities initiative to be unveiled at the Prague Summit.




Investing in security
In advance of NATO's Prague Summit, Lord Robertson explains why security must not be taken for granted.




Hitting the Helsinki Headline Goal
General Rainer Schuwirth analyses EU efforts to develop military capabilities and meet the Helsinki Headline Goal.




Debate

Can and should Europe bridge the capabilities gap?
Yves Boyer versus Burkard Schmitt

Book review

Improbable survivor
Nicholas Sherwen reviews Gustav Schmidt's edited three-volume magnum opus A History of NATO: The First Fifty Years.

Interview

General William F. Kernan: Military moderniser

Features

Helping turn Russian soldiers into civilians

Boosting efficiency in multinational operations


 

Analysis

Slowly but surely
Stewart Henderson considers the role of the Stability Pact in security sector reform in Southeastern Europe.

Military matters

Beyond Prague
Andrew Cottee, Tim Edmunds and Anthony Forster examine military reform in Central and Eastern Europe and the capabilities of potential NATO members.

Statistics

Defence spending by category