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Seeking the reset button - Russia's role in NATO's new Strategic Concept

C·A·Perspectives · 5 · 2009

Mirela Isic:
Seeking the reset button - Russia's role in NATO's new Strategic Concept
C·A·Perspectives · 5 · 2009

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30.07.2009 · Mirela Isic


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On 7 July 2009, NATO officially opened the debate over the alliance's new Strategic Concept. Over the course of its history, the military alliance has evolved from a coalition of states, aligned together against the threat posed by the Soviet Union, into a truly global entity, affiliated with other organisations and international actors and faced with new threats in the areas of security and defence. Seeking a new raison d’être, NATO is going back to its roots; working more closely with Russia is one of the most important goals for NATO in the near future. But what role will Russia play in NATO's search for a new identity - enemy or "frenemy"? Now is the time to redefine the NATO-Russia relationship and to create a new set of regulations in order to promote the cooperation needed in today's world security order.



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