NATO has a panoply of legacy partnership programmes, which should be reviewed as part of the development of a new Strategic Concept. Stephan Frühling and Benjamin Schreer argue that NATO should conceive of its partnerships in terms of the provision of public security goods, and base its activities on a more explicit consideration of the Alliance's strategic interests. In combination, both aspects can achieve consensus about goals and means, provide greater coherence, and better communicate NATO's activities and intentions.
|Journal||The RUSI Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|