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Building effective partnerships
Christopher Bennett examines how NATO has forged effective partnerships with non-member states and other international organisations since the end of the Cold War.
The ties that bind
Julian Lindley-French analyses relations between the European Union and NATO and urges the two organisations to work together in the common interest.
Building hope on experience
Paul Fritch examines how NATO-Russia relations have evolved since the creation of the NATO-Russia Council.
Edging erratically forward
James Sherr examines NATO-Ukraine relations and Ukraine's aspirations for integration into Euro-Atlantic institutions via the prism of defence reform.
NATO's strategic partnerships
The flags (from left to right) of the former
Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,* the
European Union, the OSCE and NATO.
(© OSCE)
One of the greatest changes in NATO's operations since the end of the Cold War is the way in which the Alliance has sought to build effective partnerships with other international institutions and key countries in the interest of providing maximum security both to its members and the wider world.
* Turkey recognises the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name.
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