Tag: NATO

The second presentation of the Arter-Rowland National Security Forum was conducted Jan. 19, 2021 in an online conference platform. Dr. John R. Deni, Research Professor of Security Studies at the U.S. Army War College and an adjunct professorial lecturer at American University, conducted a presentation on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) entitled “Coalition of […]

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Featured article: Evolving Band-Aids to Global Crisis: For Want of U.S. Leadership by Mark Sweberg and Allan Childers Change is in the wind for the U.S. Army. Indeed, it is in the wind for all the Services as the strategic focus of the U.S. shifts from Europe to the Pacific and as the military adjusts […]

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Featured article: Afghanistan Army Development: What Went Wrong by Tommy J. Tracy In the summer of 2009, after an abrupt International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) leadership change from General McKiernan to General McChrystal, preparation for a surge of forces and a fresh approach toward Afghanistan’s security situation ensued—ironically not one designed to ensure victory over an insurgency, but […]

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On April 26, General Curtis M. Scaparrotti, commander of U.S. European Command (EUCOM) hosted top military officials from the U.S. and Europe during a conference where they discussed efforts to counter violent extremism (CVE). In his remarks, Scaparrotti said that “Terrorism is a transregional problem and a clear and present danger to us all. It is only […]

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In late December 2016, RAND Corporation published a dissertation on climate change and international security. The dissertation offers a prospective analysis of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the anticipated security consequences of climate change. According to the author, the effects of climate-driven environmental change is expected to threaten international security in many ways, and […]

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