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Closing the capabilities gap
James Appathurai examines the nature of the capabilities gap and initiatives to overcome it.
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Attainable targets
Edgar Buckley considers prospects for NATO's new capabilities initiative to be unveiled at the Prague Summit.
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Investing in security
In advance of NATO's Prague Summit, Lord Robertson explains why security must not be taken for granted.
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Hitting the Helsinki Headline Goal
General Rainer Schuwirth analyses EU efforts to develop military capabilities and meet the Helsinki Headline Goal.
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Capabilities, capabilities, capabilities
NATO Secretary General Lord Robertson
shortly after taking office.

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Foreword
When Lord Robertson became NATO Secretary General he said that he had three priorities: capabilities, capabilities, capabilities. Hence the title of this issue of NATO Review. As the Alliance approaches its Prague Summit, NATO's military capabilities are at the top of the agenda.


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