Trust (in) NATO: The Future of Intelligence Sharing within the Alliance

Jan Ballast, NATO Defense College (NDC) On 21 October 2016, NATO appointed its first Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security with the aim of improving intelligence collaboration within the Alliance. So, what will the new Assistant Secretary General need

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Article: A Giant Russian Exercise Will Soon Put 100,000 Troops on NATO’s Border. Then What?

Caroline Houck, Defense One, June 12, 2017 As Russia and Belarus prep for their quadrennial fight-the-West wargame, NATO’s Baltic states are watching more than a bit nervously. For the Baltic countries on NATO’s northeastern flank, carefully monitoring Russia’s various defense

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Article: The New Cold War Pits a U.S. General Against His Longtime Russian Nemesis

Nathan Hodge and Julian E. Barnes, Walls Street Journal, June 16, 2017 It’s Trump’s national security adviser H.R. McMaster vs. Putin ally Valery Gerasimov A quarter-century after the Cold War ended, U.S. and Russian tank formations are once again squaring

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