Deterrence through Resilience: NATO, the Nations and the Challenges of Being Prepared

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Jun 13, 2017 | NATO Defense College, Guillaume Lasconjarias

In this article for the NATO Defense College, Guillaume Lasconjarias suggests that if NATO hopes to fulfill its Article V obligations, particularly against non-linear, hybrid threats that target whole societies, it must focus on resiliency. If Alliance members invest in their collective ability to recover from systemic shocks and adapt to future risks and threats, they will create a broader foundation for collective deterrence and defense, and help fulfill NATO’s core tasks.


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