Restoring the Power and Purpose of the NATO Alliance

News | June 28, 2016

In a collaborative report for the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, Ambassador R. Nicholas Burns and EWI Board Member General James L. Jones delineate the long-term strategy NATO needs in order to restore its purpose and maintain its relevance.

After conducting a four-year study on the future of NATO's strategic priorities, EWI Board Member General James L. Jones has released a comprehensive report, "Restoring the Power and Purpose of the NATO Alliance." The report was co-authored by Ambassador R. Nicholas Burns, the former undersecretary of state for political affairs and U.S. ambassador to NATO.

"Restoring the Power and Purpose of the NATO Alliance" explains how strong leadership and a long-term strategy can help NATO contend with Russian revanchism, Middle Eastern instability and Euro-American political uncertainty.

To access the full report on the Atlantic Council's website, click here.

General James Jones (USMC ret.) is a board member for the EastWest Institute. He served as the national security adviser to President Barack Obama from January 2009 to October 2010.