NATO's Deterrence and Defense Posture after the Chicago Summit
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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NPS, in cooperation with the NATO Defense College and NATO Nuclear Policy Directorate, will organize a workshop to clarify, reinforce, and carry forward the deterrence and defense posture decisions made at the May 2012 Chicago Summit. The workshop, in its seventh year running, will foster enhanced communication, cooperation, and rapport among NATO members.
FY 2012-2013. Project Lead: Yost, David
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