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Debating intervention
Dana H. Allin examines the evolution of attitudes to intervention since the end of the Cold War and the impact of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001.
Back from the brink
Mihai Carp describes and examines NATO's groundbreaking efforts to head off conflict in Southern Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.*
Battling the media
Mark Laity describes and analyses the media policy that has underpinned NATO's conflict-resolution work in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.*
Anticipating crises
John Kriendler examines the importance of early warning in crisis management, the Alliance's approach to early warning and NATO's new Intelligence Warning System.
Managing crises
Swedish KFOR troops on the front line
in Mitrovica, Kosovo.

In the past decade, NATO has devoted increasing time and resources to crisis management. Indeed, the Alliance is currently running three crisis-management operations in the former Yugoslavia as well as supporting the US-led war on terrorism. Moreover, as NATO improves its military capabilities, this sphere of activity appears set to expand.
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  * Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name.