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Foreword

Combating terrorism

NATO’s response to terrorism
Dagmar de Mora-Figueroa examines how NATO has responded to the terrorist threat since the 11 September terrorist attacks against the United States.

NATO-Russia cooperation to counter terrorism
Andrei Kelin describes how NATO and Russia are forging an increasingly effective partnership to combat the terrorist threat.

Combating WMD proliferation
Eric R. Terzuolo considers NATO’s role in combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Combating terrorism in the Mediterranean
Vice Admiral Roberto Cesaretti examines how NATO has been combating terrorism in the Mediterranean since October 2001.

Debate

Is it time to update NATO’s Strategic Concept?
Lionel Ponsard versus David S. Yost

Interview

Gijs de Vries: EU counter-terrorism coordinator

History

Crossing the Rubicon
Ryan C. Hendrickson examines the events and significance of Operation Deliberate Force, NATO’s first air campaign in Bosnia and Herzegovina, ten years on.

Features

Boosting NATO’s CBRN capabilities

Strengthening NATO’s missile defences

Analysis

Growing pains
Peter van Ham examines the challenges NATO is facing as it takes on an increasingly global role.

Statistics

Defence spending and military personnel

 

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