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NATO 3.0
The Transatlantic Alliance
Resets for the 21st Century

Sidney E. Dean, Editor


Hampton Roads International Security Quarterly
Vol. XI, Nr. 1 (January 2011)


Where is NATO going after adopting the new Strategic Concept based on “Active Engagement and Modern Defense” at the Nov. 2010 Lisbon Summit?


How will NATO implement comprehensive joint Missile Defense for the civilian populace of Europe? What is the European Phased Adaptive Approach to Missile Defense?


How can the alliance reset relations with Russia?


Is NATO in Afghanistan for the long haul? What commitments did the United States and the other partner/donor nations incur in signing the NATO-Afghanistan Partnership Declaration?


NATO 3.0 addresses these questions. Contributors include NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, US Assistant Secretary of State (European and Eurasian Affairs) Philip Gordon, and US Army Lieutenant General Patrick J. O'Reilly (Director, Missile Defense Agency).


We also include eight full-text keynote documents from the NATO Lisbon Summit held 19-20 November 2010, as well as from associated summits including the NATO-Russia Council Summit and the United States - European Union Summit, also held in Lisbon. Of course we include the full text of the new NATO Strategic Concept itself, as well as the text of the NATO-Afghanistan Partnership Declaration.