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Turkey - NATO Relations after the Cold War Turkey - NATO Relations after the Cold War Новинка

Turkey - NATO Relations after the Cold War

4839 руб.
In 1949, when NATO was founded, twelve states were members, but today NATO is a 28 membered colossal defense organization and NATO members make 70 percent of the total military spending in the world. Although during the Cold War it had been a defense organization, after the September 11 attacks in 2001, the Article 5 was implemented for the first time in the history of the organization and the Alliance took the commandments of the ISAF units in Afghanistan over. In recent years, the impact of NATO forces in Libya operation, and the debates over what NATO can do in a possible operation in Syria indicate that NATO has had vast transformation since its establishment. The aim of this book is to discuss the role of Turkey within the historical transformation process of NATO and to discuss the increasing position of Turkey within NATO in the so called “New World Order” formed after the Soviet Union. The second aim is to discuss the effect of 9/11 and “war on terror” over NATO and Turkey.
NATO and the South Caucasus States NATO and the South Caucasus States Новинка

NATO and the South Caucasus States

2359 руб.
The South Caucasus is one of the vulnerable regions in the post-Soviet area. The security deficit resulted in several overt conflicts, including the protracted Nagorno Karabakh conflict and the Russian-Georgian war in August, 2008. NATO initiated several programs aimed, on the one hand, to secure the NATO member states from penetration of nonconventional threats, and on the other hand, to help Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, without NATO's direct involvement into the resolution of the regional conflicts, to create a secure, stable, and prosperous region. Diana Ananyan analyses the first stage of NATO-South Caucasus relations, covering the period of time, when NATO and the South Caucasus states were designing frameworks for future cooperation. She defines the conflicting and coinciding interests of the regional stakeholders in strengthening the ties with NATO, in interaction with each other and with the regional powers. The paper "NATO and the South Caucasus States: The Framework of Partnership(1994-2004)" was written and defended in the framework of the Senior Executive Master Program at the National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, in Bucharest, in 2004.
Cyprus Conflict as an Obstacle to the EU-NATO Strategic Partnership Cyprus Conflict as an Obstacle to the EU-NATO Strategic Partnership Новинка

Cyprus Conflict as an Obstacle to the EU-NATO Strategic Partnership

4839 руб.
The EU and NATO announced the start of their ‘strategic partnership’ with the Declaration on the ESDP in 2002. Through this strategic partnership, the two organizations aim to achieve their high-priority goals in the context of security and defence. Although the EU-NATO partnership is crucial for security, peace and stability in the world; a genuine strategic partnership between the EU and NATO has not yet been achieved because of different ‘obstacles’. The purpose of this work is to analyse how and to what extent the Cyprus conflict has limited this strategic partnership. The limitations caused by the conflict on the EU-NATO strategic partnership have been elaborated by analysing the current developments at the political and military-strategic levels and on the ground. Additionally, some case studies such as Kosovo and Afghanistan have been used to see the impact of the conflict on the EU-NATO cooperation. The conclusion of this study consists of some recommendations for possible measures that need to be taken by all the related parties in order to bring the on-going conflict on the island to an end and to achieve a fully-fledged strategic partnership.
How the NSPA can satisfy the logistical Desideratum of the German Navy How the NSPA can satisfy the logistical Desideratum of the German Navy Новинка

How the NSPA can satisfy the logistical Desideratum of the German Navy

3249 руб.
The Germany Navy depends on the provision of port services, fuel, food and material delivery in order to sustain combat ready and well-equipped. One resource German does not make use of yet is the Naval Logistic Support Partnership, a program of the NATO Support Agency. The NATO Support Agency is an integrated logistic provider for NATO nations. For the maritime sector, the NLSP provides food, fuel and husbanding services to navies. To what extend the services of the NSPA are suitable for the logistic desideratum of the German Navy and what would be entailed by provision through the NSPA will be analyzed in this book.
NATO-Russia Security Council NATO-Russia Security Council Новинка

NATO-Russia Security Council

5490 руб.
This book intends to analyze the American-Russian relations in the framework of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The main focus is on the transformation of the approach in the bilateral relations that occurred during the NATO Summit 2009. The balance of threat theory is the theoretical basis of the book. The author analyzes the threats perceived by both the USA and the Russian Federation, the evolution of the NATO-Russia relations, conflict of interests between Washington and Moscow in the framework of NATO, the “reset” of American-Russian relations and the possible platforms for fruitful bilateral relations.
NATO and the European Security and Defense Policy NATO and the European Security and Defense Policy Новинка

NATO and the European Security and Defense Policy

2159 руб.
The relationship between NATO and the EU is fraught with several difficulties and has become progressively intricate since the EU has started developing its Common Security and Defense Policy, as a counterpart of NATO. The degree of complication that the US-EU relationship has achieved can seem unexpected as they have 21 common members, all members of both organizations share roughly common values and have a long history of engagement in military, economic and political arenas. This book analitically explores the relation between NATO and the EU, their modus operandi, their conception of democracy and democratization process through a study of their values,principles and the policy on which NATO and CSDP are based on. It is investigated to what extent this analysis of values translates into a decreased role for NATO in Europe and whether the emergence of the CSDP has contributed to such a decline. This work should shed some light on the current status of US-EU relationship and should be especially useful to professionals and students of IR, or anyone else who may be interested in understanding the roots of the EU and the US diverse approach in foreign policy.
EU-NATO Security Relations since the Maastricht Treaty EU-NATO Security Relations since the Maastricht Treaty Новинка

EU-NATO Security Relations since the Maastricht Treaty

4839 руб.
In this book, readers will see historical and theoretical evaluations, security relations of states/organizations and operational cases. Shortly, we confirm liberal intergovernmentalism from theoretical assumptions that better explains the development of ESDP and its capabilities such as planning capability. The liberal intergovernmentalists explain that the converging security interests will be facilitated by continued bargaining over CFSP, because it is difficult to change member states’ security identities in the foreign policy field. We will see the reflection of liberal intergovernmentalism in the relationship between the EU and NATO. The starategic partnership is the model of NATO-EU of organizing security and defence policy within the EU. In this context, ESDP started to be active in the EU-led operations in the Western Balkans and out-of-area of the Europe. Consequently, there is an emerging division of labour devoloping between the EU and NATO in which the EU will be a soft power with using some hard security tools or military assets, and the US and NATO will be hard power as being responsible for the conduct of more robust combat missions.

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The South Caucasus is one of the vulnerable regions in the post-Soviet area. The security deficit resulted in several overt conflicts, including the protracted Nagorno Karabakh conflict and the Russian-Georgian war in August, 2008. NATO initiated several programs aimed, on the one hand, to secure the NATO member states from penetration of nonconventional threats, and on the other hand, to help Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, without NATO's direct involvement into the resolution of the regional conflicts, to create a secure, stable, and prosperous region. Diana Ananyan analyses the first stage of NATO-South Caucasus relations, covering the period of time, when NATO and the South Caucasus states were designing frameworks for future cooperation. She defines the conflicting and coinciding interests of the regional stakeholders in strengthening the ties with NATO, in interaction with each other and with the regional powers. The paper "NATO and the South Caucasus States: The Framework of Partnership(1994-2004)" was written and defended in the framework of the Senior Executive Master Program at the National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, in Bucharest, in 2004.