Search: NATO,Strategic stability (4 materials)

Support for Crisis Management Dialogue and Strategic Stability in the Euro-Atlantic Region

... management dialogue intended to avoid or resolve incidents that could breed escalation—severely undercuts the sustained communication essential for reaching mutual understandings on and maintaining strategic stability. Simply stated, we cannot have strategic stability without dialogue. The challenge to the United States, NATO, and Russia is clear, and the answer compelling: Nations must begin the process of rebuilding trust so that it will again be possible to address major security challenges in the Euro-Atlantic region—as was done throughout the Cold War, and must ...


The Collapse of the INF Treaty as a Motivation?

... compatibility with the accompanying transporter-loader vehicle; however, the missile’s increased accuracy and power (and possibly its enhanced capability to overcome enemy missile defences) was clearly considered to be very valuable. Unfortunately, the key NATO and EU member nations ignored the presentation, and not necessarily of their own volition [ 2 ]. The United States, for its part, continues to express concerns about the 9M729 cruise missile breaching the INF Treaty, demanding the destruction of ...


Mapping Global Strategic Stability in the Twenty-First Century

... accommodating all the important players. By the middle of the 2010s, the amicable interlude was over, and great-power rivalry was back. Strategic stability again became an issue. The global strategic landscape, however, has changed substantially. Instead of the ... ... as dominant as it was right after the end of the Cold War, remains the strongest power by far. It also remains the leader of NATO, to which two other nuclear powers, the United Kingdom and France, belong. America faces a comprehensive challenge from China,...


Leaders Have to Listen to Different Voices

... and, unfortunately, he has been contributing to some of it. However, Trump also realizes that President Putin does not like NATO at all and perceives it as a threat to what he wants to achieve. At the same time, Trump hears all these complaints and sees ... ... more established countries. That is probably way of the future. What are the prospects of resuming the U.S.-Russia dialogue on strategic stability? There is a lot of suspicion on both sides, a lot of distrust. I think we’ve missed the opportunity to take ...


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