Nummer 3, 2017
In dit nummer:
- Transatlantic relations in the wake of Trump’s turbulence
- No progress in NATO-Russia relations without US leadership
- NATO and the War on Terror
- The future of NATO’s conventional deterrence
- Big plus small plus small
The future of European defense integration
- The role of cyber diplomacy in Dutch security policy
Long term and short term responses to coercive cyber operations
The role of cyber diplomacy in Dutch security policy. Long term and short term responses to coercive cyber operations
Cyberattacks between countries are becoming more frequent. Rutger van Marissing looks at how the Netherlands deals with such attacks.
Paul van Hooft discusses the future of European defense integration in light of new threats from the Middle East and Russia and uncertainty surrounding America’s commitment to NATO.
This article forms the fourth and last part of the special section: Trump’s Transatlantic Turbulence. Sten Rynning sets out what NATO’s future of conventional deterrence might entail.
Marianne van Leeuwen analyses the criticism voiced by President Trump concerning NATO. She argues that NATO is not as obsolete as Trump has maintained.
Tony van der Togt looks at the US-Russia relationship under President Donald Trump. Lack of US leadership in NATO might need to compel Europe to become more independent.