New report: Adjusting the Architecture
Centre for Military Studies has published a new report analyzing the role of arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation in NATO. The report identifies rising powers in the Euro-Atlantic periphery as a key challenge to the current NATO security architecture. Furthermore, the analysis shows a possible role for Denmark in reorienting focus inside the Alliance. The report is part of Centre for Military Studies’ policy research service for the Ministry of Defense. It was authored by arms control expert and CMS Senior Researcher Gary Schaub in close consultation with American senior military officers and civilian policy makers.
Read more and download the report here.