US Officials in Europe: A Glass Half-Full

By Former ATA President Ambassador Robert Hunter published by The European Institute.  Last week, the senior leadership of the new Trump Administration turned out in full force in Europe to try reassuring anxious allies about the...

Opening Address Fabrizio W. Luciolli President Atlantic Treaty Association

Opening Address  by Fabrizio W. LUCIOLLI, President of the Atlantic Treaty Association and Italian Atlantic Committee during the ATA Conference “NATO-EU Cooperation after the Warsaw Summit: Countering Hybrid Warfare" at the European Parliament, Burssels 16 November...

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The attempted coup that went on stage in Turkey on July 15 caused 294 victims and produced a political storm, with consequences both domestically and on the foreign and security policies of the country....

NATO in 3D: Deterrence, Defense and Dialogue

First published in "NATO Summit 2016 – Strengthening Peace and Security"  An official publication of the Atlantic Treaty Association; supported by NATO's Public Diplomacy Division   Sixty years since the adoption of “The Report of the Committee...

Interconnected Threats and the Future of Cooperative Security

ATA 61 General Assembly "Cooperative Security & Interconnected Threats" Palais d'Egmont, Brussels, 19 November 2015   In times of globalization of insecurity, instabilities and crises have an impact beyond their regional contexts with actual and potential consequences on...

ATA Contribution to Cooperative Security

ATA 61 General Assembly "Cooperative Security & Interconnected Threats" Official Dinner Palais d'Egmont, Brussels, 18 November 2015   WELCOME REMARKS   The tragic terrorist attacks in Paris have been a new and sorrowful reminder that the scourge of terrorism is...
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NATO: ATA and the Future of the Western Balkans

The full integration of the Western Balkans continues to be the goal of NATO and the European Union (EU). The countries of the region are currently at a turning point, and the role of...

Syria: Time to Act for Italy

In the current security scenario in the Middle East, Italy could and should play a key role in the diplomatic settlement by relying on good relations with both the United States and with the Russian Federation.

The Russian Winter: promoting a new season of cooperation

Paradoxically, the Ukrainian crisis offers a unique opportunity for the EU to develop a concrete Common Foreign and Security Policy. In the new security scenario, Europe is, in fact, called to assume new and broader responsibilities and thereby to contribute a new transatlantic relationship. A coherent Common Foreign and Security Policy and a new and more balanced transatlantic relationship are key to reviving the dialogue and cooperation with Russia, whose role in the stability of the international scenario is at present even more essential.

NATO’s algorithm for coping with new security scenario

Notwithstanding that twenty-two of twenty-eight European countries are members of both European Union and NATO, the Wales Transatlantic Declaration reminds us that a more responsible role of the European Allies is needed to “further strengthen the Transatlantic Bond, enhance the security of all Allies and ensure a more fair and balanced sharing of costs and responsibilities.”
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US Officials in Europe: A Glass Half-Full

By Former ATA President Ambassador Robert Hunter published by The European Institute.  Last week, the senior leadership of the new Trump Administration turned out in full...

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