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NATO Burden-Sharing Redux: Continuity and Change after the Cold War
Since the end of the Cold War, the debates about NATO burden-sharing have changed considerably, yet descriptions of the basic burden-sharing dynamics have changed little since the Cold War era. ThisExpand
Shaping public attitudes towards the deployment of military power: NATO, Afghanistan and the use of strategic narratives
Abstract This article seeks to explain variations in public support for the deployment of military troops to Afghanistan by means of the strategic narratives employed by national governments.Expand
Prestige-seeking small states: Danish and Norwegian military contributions to US-led operations
Abstract In this article we broaden the conventional understanding of prestige and show that prestige-seeking played a major role in the Danish and Norwegian decisions to provide military support toExpand
Strategic Narratives, Public Opinion, and War: Winning Domestic Support for the Afghan War
Preface by Jaap de Hoop Scheffer 1. Introduction, Beatrice De Graaf, George Dimitriu and Jens Ringsmose Part I: Theoretical Debates 2. The Possibilities and Limits of Strategic Narratives, LawrenceExpand
NATO's Response Force: finally getting it right?
Abstract At the Riga Summit in November 2006, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) declared the NATO Response Force (NRF) a fully operational capability. Yet only 8 months later – and behindExpand
Paying for Protection
Since the creation of the Atlantic Alliance in 1949, the Alliance's minor partners have persistently spent a smaller share of their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on military measures than their largerExpand
Why Are Revisionist States Revisionist? Reviving Classical Realism as an Approach to Understanding International Change
In this article, we argue that Realism recently has eschewed big and important questions of war and peace and that revived Classical Realism can help bring Realism back on track. Modern Realists tendExpand
Now for the Hard Part: NATO’s Strategic Adaptation to Russia
The Alliance’s success in adapting its deterrence posture has brought into focus a range of more complex challenges.
Investing in Fighters and Alliances
In the spring of 1975 Norway and Denmark were faced with the choice of how to replace their aging fleets of fighter jets. Together with Belgium and the Netherlands, the two Nordic countries hadExpand
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