NATO is currently at a crossroads, with tensions brewing between allies and some critics questioning the very basis of the alliance’s existence. As Timothy Andrews Sayle demonstrates in his magisterial new book Enduring Alliance: A History of NATO and the Postwar Global Order (Cornell University Press, 2019), these challenges are in fact nothing new. Throughout […]
Once upon a time, the Ancient Greeks referred to the Black Sea as the “Inhospitable Sea”, inspired by their navigational challenges and the hostile tribes living on its shores. The Black Sea has come a long way since then; today, its waters host vast energy deposits that are traded globally, busy shipping lanes, and countless […]
Aidan Simardone writes on why NATO should intervene in humanitarian crises, even without UN authorization.
This handy beginner’s guide by Buzz Lanthier-Rogers outlines the NATO operations going on right now.
Emmanuel Macron’s foreign policy will be centred around building a stronger and more integrated Europe — most notably by developing greater defence cooperation between EU member states.
As Canada gears up to lead major NATO operations in the Baltics, what is at stake for involved actors?