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Contents
 


Foreword

In the wake of Iraq

Rebuilding relationships
Sir Timothy Garden examines the political impact of the Iraq campaign and ways forward for all institutions involved.

Rethinking NATO
Tom Donnelly assesses the impact of the Iraq campaign on NATO from a US perspective.




The road to Kabul
Diego A. Ruiz Palmer analyses the significance of NATO's seminal decision to take responsibility for peacekeeping in Afghanistan.




Mind games
Lieutenant-Colonel Steven Collins assesses the Coalition's perception-management operations before, during and after Operation Iraqi Freedom and their implications for NATO.




Debate

How effective a tool is pre-emption in addressing WMD proliferation?
Max Boot versus Harald Müller

Interview

Admiral Ian Forbes: Last SACLANT

Book review

Revolutionary writing
James Appathurai reviews two books examining the revolution in military affairs and its impact on the future of warfare.

Special

Looking forward to a Balkan Big MAC
Nano Ruzin analyses how Macedonia* has benefited from its relationship with NATO and other international organisations during the past two years.

Analysis

Great expectations
Ronald D. Asmus considers the challenges facing the countries of Central and Eastern Europe as they enter the European Union and NATO.


Statistics

NATO defence spending and military personnel


 
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* NATO members with the exception of Turkey recognise the Republic of Macedonia as the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name.