Nummer 6, 2013
In dit nummer:
- A unique network
NATO’s energy security agenda
- The ‘game changer’
Geopolitical implications of the ‘shale gas revolution’
- Affluence and influence as grand strategy
The predicament of Canadianizing European defence
- Natural partners and allies
British-Dutch defence cooperation
- Fighting with allies
Reflections on transatlantic relations after Afghanistan
In this article from 2013, Stanley R. Sloan reflects on transatlantic relations after Afghanistan.
In this 2013 article, Nigel Amphlett discusses the close partnership between the Netherlands and Great-Britain, particularly in terms of defense cooperation.
In this article from 2013, Christian Leuprecht discusses the development where the defense strategy and spending among Canada’s European allies is starting to resemble patterns that Canada has been pursuing for decades.
In the second and last part of this special section on energy security, Marjolein de Ridder and Sijbren de Jong discuss the geopolitical implications of the shale gas revolution.
In this first part of this special section on energy security, Michael Rühle and Julijus Grubliauskas provide an overview of the debate surrounding NATO’s role in providing energy security.