All for One: Terrorism, NATO and the United States

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Ashgate, 2002 - History - 214 pages
This detailed examination of the role of the Transatlantic Alliance in support of the America-led military and intelligence operations against the Taliban and the Al Qaida network since the terrorist attacks on the United States provides the first in-depth analysis of NATO's historic first invocation of Article V of the Washington Treaty.
Including a substantial overview of NATO's place in the broad security framework of the Western Atlantic powers and both the shared history and ideals that form its common basis, the book specifically analyzes the political differences among the Alliance partners. The book also looks at efforts to prevent future incidents by expanding the security framework of the Alliance.
An essential reference source for military and foreign policy academics, courses and practitioners, this text offers the reader an unprecedented insight into NATO's response to this most significant event.

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Regime Formation and the Formation of NATO
NATOs Role in the Transatlantic Security Regime
Building a Consensus

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