NATO: The Enduring Alliance 2016

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OP-ED

by Julian Lindley-French

Atlantic Treaty Association
June 27, 2016

Abstract

The bottom-line for the Warsaw Summit is this: effective NATO deterrence will only be established if NATO’s forward presence is in strength, reinforced by a properly enhanced NATO Response Force, which in turn is allied to a credible ability of Alliance forces to overcome Russia’s growing and impressive anti-access, area denial (A2/ AD) capability. And, that NATO forces are able to deploy in sufficient force and time to match Russian deployments. At present that is not the case. Indeed, it is still far from being the case.

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NATO: THE ENDURING ALLIANCE 2016

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