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Common or Divided Security?

German and Norwegian Perspectives on Euro-Atlantic Security

Edited By Robin Allers, Carlo Masala and Rolf Tamnes

Twenty-five years after the end of the Cold War, Euro-Atlantic security is under pressure. Faced with major geopolitical shifts, instability at its frontiers and financial crisis at home, the European nations and their American Allies will have to rethink how to design common security. Failure to animate the European Union (EU) and to reinvigorate the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) as efficient tools for peace and security might lead the West back to the spectre of divided security, to fragmentation and renationalisation. This book addresses the main challenges to Western security from the perspective of two European Allies: Germany and Norway.
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Robin Allers, PhD, Senior Fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS) in Oslo

Annegret Bendiek, PhD, Senior Fellow and Deputy Head of Research Division at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin

Lene Ekhaugen, M.A., Fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Geir Flikke, PhD, Associate Professor at the Department for Literature, Area Studies and European Languages (ILOS), University of Oslo

Sven Bernhard Gareis, Professor, Dr., Deputy Dean and Director Resident Courses at the George C. Marshall Center in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Helga Haftendorn, Professor, Dr. Emeritus at the Freie Universität in Berlin

Paal Sigurd Hilde, PhD, Associate Professor at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Patrick Keller, PhD, Coordinator for Foreign and Security Policy at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin

Carlo Masala, Professor, Dr., Bundeswehr University Munich

Alister Miskimmon, PhD, Head of Department of Politics and International Relations and Philosophy and Co-Director, Centre for European Politics at the Royal Holloway, University of London

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