Reconstructing NATO strategy for the 1990s

a conference report by Richard Bitzinger

Publisher: RAND Corp. in Santa Monica, CA

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  • Europe

Subjects:

  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Congresses.,
  • Europe -- Defenses -- Congresses.

Edition Notes

StatementRichard A. Bitzinger ; supported by the Ford Foundation.
ContributionsRand Corporation.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUA646.3 .B485 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 42 p. ;
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1902042M
ISBN 100833009869
LC Control Number90103336
OCLC/WorldCa20485509

  This article explores the progression of Western, and specifically United States, military thinking and warfighting philosophies. It centers on the utility of information, information warfare, and information in war; the operational framework and battlefield geometry by which military forces are employed; and posits that a new conceptual construct is required to better frame contemporary and.   For some, 70 is an age to begin to slow down and enjoy the fruits of a life well lived—but not for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). As NATO prepares to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its founding in April, it is working hard to keep pace with a changing environment as well as shifts from within. One secret to NATO’s longevity is its ability to continually.   Posen argued that NATO should not have been disbanded, but that the United States should have “handed the keys” to the European allies in the late s or early s. Because the United States chose not to pass off NATO but to enlarge it, Posen is worried that the United States cannot make good on its security commitments.   Former US ambassador to NATO and current president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Ivo Daalder, says the United States is "no longer the most important actor" on the world stage.

NATO and Turkey in the post-Cold War world: Reconstructing Turkish-American relations: Divergences versus convergences. Mustafa Aydın (a1) one can understand what happened to the strategic partnership of the s and how Turkish-American relations may develop in the future. Accordingly, this paper will first look at the constraints.   Epic debates on US and Soviet nuclear strategy usually overshadowed it, and harvesting the gains of the Second Offset took the better part of 20 years. Yet this quiet approach was a tour de force that bridged across the Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan presidencies and ultimately fueled the precision targeting revolution in the s.   The s allowed many in my generation to believe that the wind was at our backs when it came to America’s place in the world. It has taken a few decades of head winds for me to realize the. the cold war a military history Posted By Robin Cook Media Publishing TEXT ID a9e2a Online PDF Ebook Epub Library The Cold War A Military History INTRODUCTION: #1 The Cold War # eBook The Cold War A Military History # Uploaded By Robin Cook, the cold war a military history robert cowley stephen e ambrose caleb carr thomas fleming victor.

On 5 September , a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at Lake Patria (Naples), where the Joint Nato Forces Command (Jfc Naples) is based. It was at these headquarters (which cover an area of 85, m2 and accommodates a bulked up staff of 2, soldiers and civilians) that the “Hub for Nato’s Strategic Leadership for the South”(Nsd-S Hub) was inaugurated.

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[Richard Bitzinger; Rand Corporation.]. In Marcha conference was held in Ebenhausen, West Germany, on Reconstructing NATO Strategy for the s, to discuss the future of Alliance strategy. Title: Reconstructing NATO Strategy for the s: A Conference Report Author: Richard Bitzinger Subject: In Marcha conference was held in Ebenhausen, West Germany, on Reconstructing NATO Strategy for the s, to discuss the future of Alliance strategy.

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He details the reorganization of NATO in the s and its cooperative arrangements with former Warsaw Pact members, examining the development of the new post cold war European-American relationship.

And he looks at NATO s present-day challenges its controversial involvement in Yugoslavia, the clash with Russia over Kosovo, and the de facto Reviews: 1. The NATO-Warsaw Pact military competition at the heart of the Cold War was also the incubator of a ‘Revolution in Military Affairs’ (RMA) in Europe in the s and s, which predates the better-known American concept of RMAof the s.

Recent scholarship on NATO and the Warsaw Pact has gone a long way in unearthing. NATO'S GAMBLE: Combining Diplomacy and Airpower in the Kosovo Crisis By Cricks, James Military Review, Vol.

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F or the past two years, leaders of the 28 North Atlantic Treaty Organization member nations have been drafting a new strategic concept for the alliance. With nato ’s original raison d’être having been long outmoded, since the end of the Cold War 20 years ago the alliance has struggled to justify its continuance.

Hence the current moves to reinvent nato. Challenges to American National Security in the s Author: John J. Weltman, Michael Nacht, George H. Quester Published by Springer US ISBN: DOI: / Table of Contents: The Setting for American National Security in the s Some Considerations on the Soviet-American Relationship in the s.

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To counter this possibility NATO strategy for the 's--which envisions a heavy dependency on "smart munitions to prevent enemy follow-on forces from reaching the front line after an initial. The core of the book is comprised of three case studies of NATO’s institutional endurance from the s, s, and s.

In selecting the cases for study, Johnston adopts the ‘critical juncture’ approach that is popular in much historical institutionalist work. NATO enlargement, NATO-firsters replied, is not aimed against Russia.

It is a move toward Russia, intended to bring the zone of stability and prosperity closer to its borders. Washington D.C., Decem – U.S. Secretary of State James Baker’s famous “not one inch eastward” assurance about NATO expansion in his meeting with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on February 9,was part of a cascade of assurances about Soviet security given by Western leaders to Gorbachev and other Soviet officials throughout the process of German unification in The New Strategic Concept For much of the s, NATO has acted on the basis of a strategic concept that was developed in response to the profound political changes in central and eastern Europe that.

Inthe NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE), an international military organization based in Tallinn, Estonia, and accredited in by NATO as a ‘Centre of Excellence’, invited an independent ‘International Group of Experts’ to produce a manual on the law governing cyber warfare.

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NATO STRATEGY AND NUCLEAR FORCES IN THE s was published in The Nature and Practice of Flexible Response: on page   The sentiment applies to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and a mission that’s been in a state of constant flux since the end of the Cold War.

NATO has transformed for at least five futures. In the s, realists predicted NATO’s imminent demise, pointing out that no alliance in history had outlived the disappearance of the threat. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a political and military alliance whose stated objectives are “collective defense, crisis management and cooperative security through partnerships.” The alliance’s members initially included 10 European states, the United States and Canada.

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(–) The collapse of the Soviet Union and changes in the world order defined the s, a decade also characterized by the containment of localized fighting and a revised naval strategy. Naval and naval air power played a significant part in the liberation of Kuwait in During the rest of the decade, naval aviation patrolled Iraqi airspace and supported UN-imposed sanctions as.

In Slovenia, where the public was quite skeptical of the alliance in the s, opinion turned around sufficiently bywhen the country held a referendum on membership in both the EU and NATO.On the 60th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's founding, Afghanistan provides a unique opportunity for the alliance to prove its strength beyond Europe and combat global security threats from terrorism and instability.

2 But despite proving its early critics such as John Mearsheimer wrong during the s, NATO's credibility is once again on the line – Afghanistan is.