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Foreword

Taking NATO's partnerships forward

Continuing to build security through partnership
Robert Weaver analyses the challenges that face NATO's partnerships ten years after the creation of the Partnership for Peace.

Understanding the PfP tool kit
Susan Pond explains the nuts and bolts that together make up NATO's Partnership for Peace programme.




Building a NATO partnership for the Greater Middle East
Chris Donnelly examines how NATO's experience with the Partnership for Peace might help build a comparable programme in the Greater Middle East.




Assessing NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue
Mohamed Kadry Said offers a Southern assessment of NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue.

Debate

Should the Middle East be NATO's new central front?
Will Marshall versus Peter Rudolf

Interview

Brigadier-General Brännström: Partner in Peacekeeping

Book review

Examining enlargement
Barry Adams reviews two recent books on NATO enlargement.

Special

The Albanian dream
Alfred Moisiu analyses Albania's relationship with NATO and its aspirations for eventual Alliance membership.

Military matters

Transforming NATO's military structures
General James L. Jones examines how the Alliance has reformed its military structures since the Prague Summit and the development of the NATO Response Force.

Statistics

Defence spending and military personnel


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