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Title Future NATO : adapting to new realities / edited by John Andreas Olsen.
Imprint Abingdon : Routledge Journals, 2020.

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Description 1 online resource.
Series Whitehall papers : 95
Whitehall paper series ; 95.
Note "Published on behalf of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies"--Title page verso.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
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Bio/Hist Note John Andreas Olsen is a Colonel in the Royal Norwegian Air Force, currently assigned to London as Defence Attaché to the UK and Ireland. He is a non-resident Senior Fellow of the Mitchell Institute of Aerospace Studies, Washington, DC. His previous assignments include tours as Director of Security Analyses in the Norwegian Ministry of Defence; Deputy Commander and Chief of the NATO Advisory Team at the NATO Headquarters, Sarajevo; Dean of the Norwegian Defence University College; and Head of the College’s Division for Strategic Studies. Olsen is a graduate of the German Command and Staff College and has served both as liaison officer to the German Operational Command in Potsdam and as military assistant to the Norwegian Embassy in Berlin. He has a Doctorate in History and International Relations from De Montfort University, a Master’s degree in Contemporary Literature from the University of Warwick and a Master’s degree in English from the University of Trondheim. He was a Visiting Professor at the Swedish National Defence University from 2008 to 2019. Dr Olsen has lectured worldwide, received several awards and published many books. His recent publications have included Airpower Reborn: The Strategic Concepts of John Warden and John Boyd (2015); NATO and the North Atlantic: Revitalising Collective Defence (2017); Airpower Applied: US, NATO and Israeli Combat Experience (2017); The Routledge Handbook of Air Power (2018); and Security in Northern Europe: Deterrence, Defence and Dialogue (2018).
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 15, 2020).
Subject North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Armed Forces.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
National security -- International cooperation.
Europe -- Defenses -- Strategic aspects.
United States -- Defenses -- Strategic aspects.
Europe.
United States.
Contents Foreword / Tod D. Wolters -- Introduction : An alliance for the 21st century / John Andreas Olsen -- NATO's enduring relevance / Svein Efjestad and Rolf Tamnes -- Permanent deterrence and the US military presence in Europe / Alexander R. Vershbow and Philip M. Breedlove -- NATO as a partner / Malcolm Chalmers -- The evolution of the Russian threat to NATO / Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jeffrey Edmonds -- NATO's China challenge / Janka Oertel -- NATO and its southern flank / Ziya Meral -- NATO's maritime domain / Keith Blount and James Henry Bergeron -- Maintaining NATO's technological edge / Tim Sweijs and Frans Osinga -- NATO's nuclear posture and arms control / Corentin Brustlein -- The need for the alliance to adapt further / Heinrich Brauss.
Summary "Future NATO completes a trilogy of security and defence publications in RUSI's Whitehall Paper series. The first - NATO and the North Atlantic: Revitalising Collective Defence (2017) - focuses on the renewed importance of the transatlantic bond from US, UK and Norwegian perspectives. The second - Security in Northern Europe: Deterrence, Defence and Dialogue (2018) - takes a broader view, analysing challenges confronting the 12 Northern Group countries, the US and Canada. Both papers were publicised through comprehensive outreach programmes and presented at seminars in 25 countries, with the objective of encouraging an informed and open debate on national policy and international relations with emphasis on the northern region. That debate served as an input for this third Whitehall Paper."
"Future NATO: Adapting to New Realities (2020) expands the view further, identifying key themes that the Alliance and its partners must examine and address to remain relevant in the decades to come. As NATO recently celebrated 70 years of 'credible deterrence and collective defence', this paper focuses on what NATO members should do, individually and together, to strengthen the organisation in order to meet present and future challenges."--Preface.
Other Author Olsen, John Andreas, 1968- editor.
Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, issuing body.
Other Title Print version: 036753472X 9780367534721