NATO heads of state and governments will gather for the Warsaw Summit in July 2016, and they are expected to focus on deterrence and defense, in terms of both practical steps and symbolism. The 2016 summit comes as NATO is rethinking deterrence and designing a new approach to the current security environment with respect to how to deter and defend against threats from the east and how to develop a suitable narrative to address challenges from the south.
Resources from NTI and our partners related to discussions leading up to Warsaw:
- NTI's new report, offering key recommendations ahead of the Warsaw Sumit, NATO's Nuclear Future: Deter, Reassure, Engage?
- "Reducing Nuclear Risks in Europe: A Framework for Action," edited by Steve Andreasen and Isabelle Williams.
- NTI’s Building Mutual Security dialogue and report.
- Steve Andreasen and Isabelle Williams, “How to Shore Up NATO for the Long Haul,” Politico.
- Lukasz Kulesa, “Towards a New Equilibrium: Minimising the Risks of NATO and Russia’s New Military Posture,” European Leadership Network.
- Ian Kearns and Denitsa Reynova, “Managing Dangerous Incidents: The need for a NATO-Russia Memorandum of Understanding,” European Leadership Network.