Operations: old and new
Pakistan relief operation
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Foreword
This issue of NATO Review, entitled Operations: old and new, is focused on NATO's growing operational commitments and activities in the wake of the Alliance's response to both Hurricane Katrina and the South Asian earthquake and on the eve of the expansion of NATO's Afghan operation.
James Pardew and Christopher Bennett examine how NATO's focus has shifted towards operations and the challenges ahead.
Mihai Carp assesses the challenges of and prospects for NATO's Afghan operation as the Alliance expands its presence in Afghanistan.
Gabriele Cascone and Joaquin Molina analyse the coming year's prospects for the Western Balkans from a NATO perspective.
Maurits Jochems examines NATO's role in disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and the South Asian earthquake.