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NATO and the Transatlantic Alliance in the 21st Century

The Twenty-Year Crisis

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 1-14
  3. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 15-27
  4. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 28-48
  5. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 49-60
  6. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 61-68
  7. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 69-79
  8. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 80-86
  9. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 87-96
  10. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 97-107
  11. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 108-117
  12. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 118-128
  13. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 129-141
  14. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 142-151
  15. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 152-159
  16. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 160-163
  17. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 164-176
  18. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 177-186
  19. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 187-198
  20. Geoffrey Lee Williams, Barkley Jared Jones
    Pages 199-213

About this book

Introduction

This book examines the nature of international politics in the twentieth century. It encapsulates those essential and enduring features likely to be present in the twenty-first century. One important feature is the friction generated by nation states attempting to coexist in a still largely unequal and hierarchical system of states. The possible impact of three powerful, simultaneous and intersecting revolutions on international relations and the future of NATO is assessed in relation to the twenty-first century.

Keywords

Europe European Union (EU) Germany international relations NATO politics realism revolution terrorism

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.The Institute of Economic and Political StudiesCambridgeUK
  2. 2.Darwin CollegeUniversity of CambridgeCambridgeUK

About the authors

GEOFFREY LEE WILLIAMS is Director of the Institute of Economic and Political Studies, an independent body based in Cambridge. He is a former NATO Defence Fellow, consultant to the MOD and Senior Research Fellow of the Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom. He also contributes to the work of the Centre of International Studies and the Board of Continuing Education at Cambridge University.

BARKLEY JARED JONES is Senior Research Fellow of the Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom and has been resident at Darwin College, Cambridge University for six years. He was the national recipient of the Ronald Reagan Leadership award and has published many articles as an academic and journalist.

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