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NATO Spearhead Force deploys to test readiness

A force of 2,500 German, Dutch and Norwegian troops and 1,000 vehicles is currently taking part in exercise Noble Jump 19 at the Zagan training range in Western Poland. Noble Jump is the main training opportunity for NATO’s Spearhead Force,… Continue Reading →

NATO Secretary General praises the Supreme Allied Commander Europe’s long-standing contribution to Euro-Atlantic defence and security

“For seven decades, NATO has defended the way of life, and the values that underpin it: freedom, democracy, and the rule of law. This makes the job of SACEUR one of the most challenging – and most important – military… Continue Reading →

North Atlantic Council decides to extend the Secretary General’s mandate

NATO Allies agreed 28. March 2019 to extend the mandate of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg by a further two years, until 30 September 2022. He joined NATO in 2014. Jens Stoltenberg was born in Oslo on 16 March 1959. He… Continue Reading →

Russia’s illegal actions in Ukraine: Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Crimea

Five years ago, Russia used force against Ukraine to illegally and illegitimately annex Crimea. This violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity is a serious breach of international law and a major challenge to Euro-Atlantic security. We strongly condemn this… Continue Reading →

NATO: Statement on Russia’s failure to comply with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty

NATO: Statement released February 1 by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, on Russia’s failure to comply with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.  By Jan Helge Kalvik Editor-In-Chief   Following nearly six years of U.S. and Allied engagement with Russia, on… Continue Reading →

Stoltenberg: “Russia now has a last chance”

On Tuesday, NATO Foreign Ministers agreed that Russia has developed and fielded a new ground-launched cruise missile system – the SSC-8, or 9M729 – which violates the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Allies expressed firm commitment to preserving effective international… Continue Reading →

The Evolution of the Global SOF Enterprise from a Partner Perspective

  Introduction: Military leaders of all branches and departments confront foreign policy on behalf of their governments, developing capacities and resilience to win the current fight against an adversary that in many cases is unknown or has a complex leadership… Continue Reading →

Have you read a good final communique lately?

NATO and its member states are preparing for the next summit, which will take place in July in Brussels. Numerous diplomats and military personnel within NATO structures and the member-states are working long hours on the content and choreography of… Continue Reading →

Europe Needs to Cure Its Military Malaise!

Western states have redefined their take on international security, defence and the very logic that underscores relations between states within the international system during the post-Cold War era. When the Berlin wall fell, and the Soviet Union disintegrated, the West… Continue Reading →

The Responsibility to Protect in the Context of State-Sponsored Terror

As a result of the Rwandan genocide, the United Nations broadened the definition of “The Responsibility to Protect” from State responsibility to protect its citizens, to the responsibility of the international community to intervene to protect civilian populations in cases… Continue Reading →

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