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Towards a new transatlantic consensus
Gülnur Aybet places the Istanbul Summit in its historical context and assesses its significance.
Helping stabilise Iraq
Daniel Speckhard explains how NATO has set about training Iraqi security forces and considers prospects for a greater Alliance role in Iraq.
The dawning of a new security era?

Lionel Ponsard examines the significance for the European Union and NATO of the termination of SFOR and deployment of EUFOR.

Opening to the Mediterranean and broader Middle East
Nicola de Santis describes how NATO is forging cooperative relations with the Mediterranean and broader Middle East.
Interpreting Istanbul
NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop
Scheffer facing the media at the Istanbul
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The Istanbul Summit that took place on 28 and 29 June 2004 was a milestone for NATO as leaders of all 26 Allies gathered for the first time following the Alliance's fifth and largest round of enlargement. This issue of NATO Review, which is entitled Interpreting Istanbul, analyses the detail behind many of the initiatives unveiled at the Summit.
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