The North Atlantic Treaty Organization
The Enduring Alliance
Routledge – 2007 – 176 pages
Series: Global Institutions
This book is an excellent introduction to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Julian Lindley-French clearly outlines all of the institution's key facets to deliver an authoritative account. Detailing the origins, institutions, workings and activities of NATO, this volume also focuses on its future as the institutional basis for the security dimension of the transatlantic relationship, and an institution contributing to global security. It is clear that NATO faces fresh challenges in the twenty-first century and will be in the spotlight for years to come.
1. Introduction 2. The Origins of NATO 3. The Structure of NATO 4. NATO during the Cold War 5. NATO after the Cold War 6. NATO Goes Global? 7. Conclusion
Julian Lindley-French is currently Senior Fellow, Institute of Statecraft, London; Director, Europe Analytica; Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow, National Defense University, Washington DC; Fellow of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute, Calgary.