|Author (Corporate)||North Atlantic Treaty Organisation: NATO Defence College|
|Series Title||NDC Research Report|
|Series Details||No.9/16 (November 2016)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
On 19 November 1951, the NATO Defence College opened its doors in Paris.
The Mission of the NATO Defense College is to:
+ Contribute to the effectiveness and cohesion of the Alliance
Given these profound changes in the international security landscape, collective defence and deterrence are back at the forefront of Alliance planning. We are, in fact, back in an 'Article-5 World'. Does this imply a need for a fundamental strategic debate about NATO’s future tasks and missions? Does NATO need to revise or replace its Strategic Concept and, if so, how should it be formulated and what elements should it contain? These questions are assessed in this NDC Research Report, written by Karl-Heinz Kamp, previously Director of the NDC Research Division and current president of the Bundesakademie für Sicherheitspolitik in Berlin.
|Subject Categories||Security and Defence|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|