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  • Issue Brief posted June 5, 2013 by Luke Coffey The U.S. Should Back Montenegro’s NATO Membership

    Montenegro, a small but geopolitically important Balkan nation, has made steady progress in its path toward NATO membership since it formally began a Membership Action Plan (MAP) in 2009. As one of the four official NATO-aspirant countries and currently in the third cycle of the MAP, Montenegro has made and continues to make significant reforms that are essential for NATO…

  • Issue Brief posted March 19, 2012 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Luke Coffey NATO Enlargement Should Top Obama Agenda in Chicago

    In May, NATO leaders will meet for the annual heads of state and government summit in Chicago. Absent from the summit’s agenda is the issue of enlargement—a pillar of the alliance. Since taking office, President Obama has done little to support the membership of qualified candidates. This year’s NATO summit provides an opportunity to correct this. NATO’s “open door…

  • WebMemo posted October 14, 2010 by Sally McNamara, Morgan Lorraine Roach The Obama Administration Must Push for Macedonia’s Accession to NATO at the Lisbon Summit

    On November 19, NATO leaders will meet in Lisbon for a formal heads-of-state summit. The dominant issue for the United States will be the adoption of NATO’s new Strategic Concept, the first of the new millennium. However, the Obama Administration should also throw its weight behind further expansion of the alliance, especially Macedonia’s accession. Macedonia has…

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  • Issue Brief posted June 5, 2013 by Luke Coffey The U.S. Should Back Montenegro’s NATO Membership

    Montenegro, a small but geopolitically important Balkan nation, has made steady progress in its path toward NATO membership since it formally began a Membership Action Plan (MAP) in 2009. As one of the four official NATO-aspirant countries and currently in the third cycle of the MAP, Montenegro has made and continues to make significant reforms that are essential for NATO…

  • WebMemo posted October 14, 2010 by Sally McNamara, Morgan Lorraine Roach The Obama Administration Must Push for Macedonia’s Accession to NATO at the Lisbon Summit

    On November 19, NATO leaders will meet in Lisbon for a formal heads-of-state summit. The dominant issue for the United States will be the adoption of NATO’s new Strategic Concept, the first of the new millennium. However, the Obama Administration should also throw its weight behind further expansion of the alliance, especially Macedonia’s accession. Macedonia has…

  • Issue Brief posted March 19, 2012 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Luke Coffey NATO Enlargement Should Top Obama Agenda in Chicago

    In May, NATO leaders will meet for the annual heads of state and government summit in Chicago. Absent from the summit’s agenda is the issue of enlargement—a pillar of the alliance. Since taking office, President Obama has done little to support the membership of qualified candidates. This year’s NATO summit provides an opportunity to correct this. NATO’s “open door…

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  • Issue Brief posted June 5, 2013 by Luke Coffey The U.S. Should Back Montenegro’s NATO Membership

    Montenegro, a small but geopolitically important Balkan nation, has made steady progress in its path toward NATO membership since it formally began a Membership Action Plan (MAP) in 2009. As one of the four official NATO-aspirant countries and currently in the third cycle of the MAP, Montenegro has made and continues to make significant reforms that are essential for NATO…

  • Issue Brief posted March 19, 2012 by Morgan Lorraine Roach, Luke Coffey NATO Enlargement Should Top Obama Agenda in Chicago

    In May, NATO leaders will meet for the annual heads of state and government summit in Chicago. Absent from the summit’s agenda is the issue of enlargement—a pillar of the alliance. Since taking office, President Obama has done little to support the membership of qualified candidates. This year’s NATO summit provides an opportunity to correct this. NATO’s “open door…

  • WebMemo posted October 14, 2010 by Sally McNamara, Morgan Lorraine Roach The Obama Administration Must Push for Macedonia’s Accession to NATO at the Lisbon Summit

    On November 19, NATO leaders will meet in Lisbon for a formal heads-of-state summit. The dominant issue for the United States will be the adoption of NATO’s new Strategic Concept, the first of the new millennium. However, the Obama Administration should also throw its weight behind further expansion of the alliance, especially Macedonia’s accession. Macedonia has…

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