"NATO is busier than ever, but many see an Alliance adrift. A new consensus is needed on the challenges to transatlantic security and NATO's role in meeting them. In NATO in Search of a Vision, Glnur Aybet and Rebecca Moore have brought together many thoughtful analysts to address this question, and they frame the issues clearly and succinctly." -- Daniel Hamilton, director, Center for Transatlantic Relations "Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies"
"No recent volume is a better guide to the historical legacies that created the current institutional structure of NATO, the policy dilemmas of the Balkans a decade ago and of Afghanistan today, the complex and ambiguous diplomatic relations between NATO and Russia, and the various schemes for enhancing cooperation within the organization." -- "Foreign Affairs"
"[Offers] both a timely review and counsel on the key issues currently facing the alliance. Whether the reader is actively involved in the shaping of NATO's future or merely interested, this edited volume gives good insight into the history of NATO since the Cold War and adds much to the debate over how the next SC could shape a 'common transatlantic vision.'" -- "International Affairs"
About the Author
Gulnur Aybet is a Southeast Europe policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and a lecturer in international relations at the University of Kent at Canterbury. She is a senior associate member of St. Antony's College, Oxford, and the author of The Dynamics of European Security Cooperation 1945-1991 and A European Security Architecture after the Cold War: Questions of Legitimacy. Rebecca R. Moore is a professor of political science at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. She held a NATO-EAPC Fellowship from 2001-2003 and is the author of NATO's New Mission: Projecting Stability in a Post-Cold War World.