Southern Challenges and the Regionalization of the Transatlantic Security Partnership

Martin Michelot editoval publikaci vydávanou German Marshall Fund of the US publication o výzvách transatlantického bezpečnostího partnerství v regionu MENA.

Publikace obsahuje tři kapitoly, každá zaměřená na určitý aspekt výzev transatlantického bezpečnostího partnerství v regionu MENA:

  • "NATO’s Middle East Partnership Policy after the Warsaw Summit: Time for a Realistic Agenda?" by Jean-Loup Samaan
  • "NATO and its Middle East and Mediterranean Partners: Taking NATO’s Role in its Southern Flank to a New Strategic Level", by Tommy Steiner
  •  "Transatlantic Security Assistance in Fractured States: The Troubling Case of Libya", by Frederic Wehrey

Transatlantic powers remain highly reluctant to directly intervene in the security crises in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Facing a multiplicity of crises and issues, transatlantic powers have often failed to adopt a proactive approach, and the case-by-case reactions have shown various degrees of success. Reliance on regional partners has not delivered desirable outcomes so far, and the transatlantic security partnership needs to redefine its strategy of outsourcing, while the discussions at the Warsaw NATO Summit should also serve as a basis for reflection. Is the transatlantic security partnership still able to provide credible tools for crisis management in the European Southern neighborhood? Do transatlantic institutions such as the EU and NATO continue to offer a normative model for regional stability? As U.S. and European strategic priorities may not always converge, it is crucial to look realistically at the way the Alliance can act efficiently in the region.

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Martin Michelot
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Expertíza: NATO a transatlantická bezpečnost, evropská zahraniční politika, francouzská politika/volby/společnost, zahraniční politika USA, politika a volby, sport a diplomacie.

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