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Graeme P. Herd, John Kriendler
Table Of Contents
1. NATO in an Age of Uncertainty: Structural Shifts and Transatlantic Bargains?, Graeme P. Herd and John Kriendler 2. NATO's Genesis and Adaptation: from Washington to Chicago, Graeme P. Herd, John Kriendler and Klaus Wittmann 3. U.S. Perspectives on NATO, Matthew Rhodes 4. NATO Enlargement: Close to the End?, Pal Dunay 5. NATO Partnerships: for Peace, Combat and Soft Balancing?, Graeme P. Herd 6. NATO-Russia Relations: Reset is Not a Four-Letter Word, John Kriendler 7. NATO and the Comprehensive Approach: Weak Conceptualization, Political Divergences and Implementation Challenges, Thierry Tardy 8. Pulling Together? NATO Operations in Afghanistan, Julian Lindley-French 9. NATO and Nuclear Weapons, Michael Ruhle 10. NATO and Cyber Security, Jeffrey Hunker 11. NATO: Towards an Adaptive Missile Defense, Gustav Lindstrom 12. NATO and Energy Security: Defining a Role, Phillip Cornell 13. Conclusion
Graeme P. Herd is Senior Programme Adviser and Senior Fellow of the Leadership and Conflict Management Programme at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP). At the GCSP he is Co-Director of its International Training Course in Security Policy and Co-Director of its Master of Advanced Studies in International and European Security (MAS) Programme, accredited by the University of Geneva. John Kriendler is Professor of NATO and European Security Issues at the College of International Security Studies, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, Germany. He has served as a U.S. foreign service officer and held the following NATO positions: Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and subsequently, Head of Council Operations in the Crisis Management and Operations Directorate.