NATO Looks South: New Challenges and New Strategies in the Mediterranean

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The security environment facing the U.S. and NATO in Europe is changing in fundamental ways, including a steady growth of security challenges emanating from Europe's southern periphery-around the Mediterranean and beyond. This study explores this phenomenon, with special attention to transregional risks, Turkey's Alliance role and need for redefinition, the risk of a Greek-Turkish conflict, the Mediterranean dimension of NATO adaptation, and what these issues might mean for U.S. and NATO strategy. Areas for ...

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Overview

The security environment facing the U.S. and NATO in Europe is changing in fundamental ways, including a steady growth of security challenges emanating from Europe's southern periphery-around the Mediterranean and beyond. This study explores this phenomenon, with special attention to transregional risks, Turkey's Alliance role and need for redefinition, the risk of a Greek-Turkish conflict, the Mediterranean dimension of NATO adaptation, and what these issues might mean for U.S. and NATO strategy. Areas for future research include lessons of Kosovo for basing and access, the role of air power based in Turkey,a nd potential USAF contributions to Greek-Turkish risk reduction.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780833028105
  • Publisher: Rand Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/20/2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 66
  • Lexile: 1600L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.58 (w) x 8.06 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Summary
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 Introduction 1
Common Interests in the South 2
A Note on Kosovo 4
Structure of the Analysis 4
Ch. 2 The Southern Periphery and European Security 5
The End of Marginalization? 5
A Transformed Southern Region 7
Three Seminal Crises 9
Ch. 3 The New Transregional Security Challenges 15
The End of Geography? 15
The Geopolitical Dimension 16
The Economic Dimension and Energy Security 18
The Defense Dimension 22
Ch. 4 Turkey and Security in the Eastern Mediterranean 27
Internal Uncertainties 27
The Primary of Internal Security Concerns 30
Greek-Turkish Conflict: Outlook and Consequences 31
Turkish-Syrian Conflict: Outlook and Consequences 36
The Competition with Russia 38
The Outlook for Relations with the United States and NATO 39
Ch. 5 NATO Adaptation and the South 43
NATO's Southern Periphery: Alternative Models 43
NATO's Near Abroad 44
North-South Security Relations 44
Power Projection 45
Toward a Global NATO? 46
Southern Region Perspectives on a Changing NATO 47
Ch. 6 Conclusions and Policy Implications 55
Overall Observations 55
Toward a Southern Strategy for NATO 57
Implications for Military Planning 58
Areas for Future Research and Analysis 63
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