Tom Wright from Brookings will discuss how the United States and its allies should adjust their strategy to preserve and strengthen the international order in a more geopolitically competitive world.
Published on 8 February, 2008
Amidst the debate about NATO becoming a 'two-tier' alliance, we have prepared a Fact Sheet about NATO troop deployments in Afghanistan. We compare troop commitments by individual countries with overall army sizes, and conclude that while the UK comes out on top with 4.29 % of active forces deployed, the US is lower down the list (1%) sandwiched between Luxembourg (1% also) and the Czech Republic (1.04%)
Click here to download the Fact Sheet
Click here to download the breakdown of all active troop numbers
Gates hits NATO allies' role in Afghanistan, Washington Post, 07 February 2008
Afghanistan, missile shield to dominate Munich conference, Agence France Presse, 07 February 2008
Problems on all fronts as Afghan mission reaches turning point, The Guardian, 06 February 2008
La situación en Afganistán centra reunion de Brown y Rice, EFE, 06 February 2008
Getting boots off the ground, The Economist, 25 January 2008
"The wandering Europeans" quoting ECFR report on the two-state solution.
Germany is a "geo-economic power": an article on "Obamerkel" quotes Hans Kundnani.
Two former NATO chiefs cite ECFR's Syria paper in their call for diplomacy