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Strategy through Partnership Is Key to NATO’s Future

cc Flickr, modified, U.S. Department of Defense Current Photos, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Joshua Matrine, a crew chief with the 159th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, cleans the canopy on an F-15C Eagle aircraft assigned to the Louisiana Air National Guard at Leeuwarden Air Base, Netherlands, March 28, 2017. The 122nd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, comprised of Louisiana and Florida Air National Guard members, conducted training alongside NATO allies to strengthen interoperability and demonstrate U.S. commitment to the security and stability of Europe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Snyder)

The best path forward for NATO may not lie in expansion, but rather forging new partnerships with other regional organizations.

Backgrounder: The Battle of Tripoli (2019)

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Tired of a fractured and divided Libya, some foreign backers are throwing their support against the one candidate who they believe can unite the country. Yet General Haftar might have overplayed his hand in the LNA’s ongoing assault on Tripoli.

Ukraine Election Result

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Zac and Nick discuss the surprising yet not-so-surprising result of Ukraine's presidential elections, what it means for relations with Russia, and whether or not there's any life yet in the Minsk II peace process. Recorded on April 27, 2018.

Whither the US-Centered, Rule-Based World Order?

ATLANTIC OCEAN (July 28, 2017) An F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 23 approaches the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78). The aircraft carrier is underway conducting test and evaluation operations.(U.S. Navy photo by Erik Hildebrandt/Released) 170728-N-UZ648-093 Join the conversation:, https://www.flickr.com/photos/usnavy/35935346800/in/photolist-73xwQ3-bx8A7m-8bgZJZ-jGtJPV-8rFwu6-WKu3CQ-2bPge3b-6CYVDv-FjbmE-dq1KwF-Rz9xwb-fqWPet-WXvXgH-WCC7qw-VTgAR6-VHscgC-r69uHG-SMTp9i-afUB7x-pkLXJD-pkSCdZ-RNoCeE-XapLGv-S6favF-WphFgD-eX7i2e-WfVpyx-X7okFP-nYd9Zc-Wi7YwJ-WGnjWo-8E831P-34Ydj3-8bk4ff-VHWtSk-VQnRWU-RRGeMW-X7ouFx-7xWZ7b-RRGgvf-X7nTRH-bzyXYC-piQzBd

How long can a world order survive when its creator and primary benefactor is actively working to undermine it?

Is Another Russia-Georgia War Looming on the Horizon?

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Another former Soviet republic is pushing for EU and NATO membership, stoking fears of another Ukraine crisis.

NATO’s Make-or-Break Moment

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There’s a much more cost-effective option than pursuing an EU army: boosting defense budgets under the auspices of NATO.

EU-NATO Relations: Beyond Dependency?

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The Trump era brings uncertainty over the future of the Atlantic Alliance, but it also brings new opportunities for fruitful EU-NATO cooperation.

Russia-Ukraine Row: NATO’s Eastward Trajectory Is the Real Problem

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NATO’s eastward drift has put Kiev in an impossible position.

Libya’s Lost Hope

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When the NATO-led coalition intervened in Libya, its people were promised security and democracy. Seven years later, all they have received is chaos, death and destruction.

Belarus After Lukashenko: The Next Ukraine?

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Anything is possible when Belarus’ long-serving president steps aside, including a repeat of the Ukraine crisis.

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