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NATO: Three Security Levels for Counter-Terrorism

“No country can face the new terrorist threat alone. It is necessary a new counter-terrorism strategy combining three levels of security: international cooperation, a...

ATA 61GA | Cooperative Security & Interconnected Threats

  When: 19 November, 09.00 – 17.00 Where: Palais d'Egmont, Place du Petit Sablon 8, Brussels Registration: www.cooperativesecurity.eventbrite.com Organizer: ATA-Atlantic Treaty Association www.atlantictreatyassociation.org Live tweet: @ATAUpdates   #ATABxl  #MGForum   The new security threats encompassing terrorism, mass migration,...
Representatives from NATO, NATO member countries and ICI partners at the North Atlantic Council–ICI seminar in Doha, Qatar

Atlantic Voices | NATO’s Bilateral Security Cooperation in MENA

Atlantic Voices, Volume 5, Issue 9 – September 2015 First and foremost, NATO seeks to secure the Euro-Atlantic region. First built to encompass countries on...

BRIEF THE BRIEFERS | NATO officials and ATA representatives coordinate strategic...

On October 15th, a selected group of ATA members took part in a day of briefings at NATO Headquarters for a new ATA program...

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.


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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