About us

NATO Review is a free online magazine offering expert opinion, analysis and debate on a broad range of security issues.

It looks at different aspects of NATO’s role in today’s fast-changing and unpredictable security environment. It also covers wider challenges, such as cyberattacks, hybrid warfare, the impact of social media, the security implications of climate change and scarcity of resources, and the need to strengthen the role of women in peace and security.

It is important to note that what is published in NATO Review does not constitute the official position or policy of NATO or member governments. NATO Review seeks to inform and promote debate on security issues. The views expressed by authors are their own.

This magazine has existed for over 60 years and still upholds the task it was given all those years ago: to 'contribute to a constructive discussion of Euro-Atlantic security issues’.

NATO Review Reproduction Policy

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Reproduction of parts, excerpts or articles on NATO Review is authorised for non-commercial purposes, pursuant to the following condition: the source, NATO Review, must be acknowledged.*

Most of the videos contain ITN/Reuters copyrighted library material licensed by NATO. These videos' ITN/Reuters copyrighted library material licensed by NATO cannot be used as part of a new production without consent of the copyright holder.

* On the page where the reproduction occurs; foot- or end-notes are acceptable.

NATO Review Submission Policy

NATO Review publishes original articles relating to NATO, its current agenda, and global security issues that are written in a high quality journalistic format. The article should offer an expert opinion, analysis and/or debate in a length of 1500-2000 words.

All pieces commissioned for NATO Review are subject to an internal review and approvals process. We do not guarantee publication, and reserve the right to cancel a proposed article at any time.

We welcome submissions from authors with a verifiable writing history and subject matter expertise.

If you have a potential story for NATO Review or would like to suggest an article, please contact the editorial team with a brief outline of your idea. We will get back to you as soon as possible.