Sep 20, 2022
At the Madrid Summit this past summer, NATO Leaders made significant and transformative choices that established the Alliance's near- and long-term strategic orientation with the 2030 Strategic Concept. The latest Strategic Concept was issued twelve years ago, but Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues to heighten Europe's security posture. As NATO members respond to the prospect of Russian aggression, implementing the NATO 2030 strategy signals a fundamental change in securitizing the Euro-Atlantic space for the next decade.
In this episode, Dr. Nele
Marianne Ewers-Peters, and Ed Arnold discuss the 2030 Strategic
Concept and its implications. Dr. Ewers-Peter is a lecturer at
the Universität der Bundeswehr and a researcher who focuses on
relations between member states and institutions. Ed Arnold is
a Research Fellow at Royal United Services Institute focusing
on European Security. His governmental and business sector
experience includes defense, intelligence, counterterrorism, and
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