2018, nummer 4
In dit nummer:
- Erosion, then collapse. The end of the US-led liberal global order
- Scenarios for Syria
- Hybrid warfare after the Brussels Summit
- A Dutch SOCOM. The way ahead to addressing national and international SOF shortfalls
- Reinforcement of NATO forces and military mobility
- NATO navies face new threats
- A tour of summits
Erosion, then collapse. The end of the US-led liberal global order
Paul van Hooft argues that 2018 has not been a good year for the rules-based global liberal order and European security. In this article, he discusses whether these developments will result in the end of...
Scenarios for Syria
The conflict in Syria constitutes a theatre in which foreign actors pursue their geopolitical objectives. Haya Douidri and Alex Krijger discuss the current situation and present relevant scenarios.
Hybrid warfare after the Brussels Summit
This article analyses the latest developments of hybrid warfare following the recent NATO Summit in Brussels. John Jacobs argues that the link between hybrid warfare and Article 4 or Article 5 of the Alliance is...
A Dutch SOCOM. The way ahead to addressing national and international SOF shortfalls
Special Operations Forces can provide an adequate military answer to the demands of modern combat operations. Anne Tjepkema provides a detailed overview of the latest developments in this area.
Reinforcement of NATO forces and military mobility
Timo Koster discusses how NATO has to adapt to current threats in terms of logistics. He argues that improving military mobility is the key.
NATO navies face new threats
Joris Janssen Lok highlights the importance of new ships and submarines for NATO members at a time when they are increasingly called upon.
A tour of summits
On July 11 and 12, NATO held its Summit in Brussels. Marten van Heuven discusses the main takeaways of the Summit concerning the state of transatlantic relations.