The Future of Transatlantic Security Relations
Edited by Dr. Joseph R. Cerami, Lieutenant General (USA, Ret) Richard A. Chilcoat, Patrick B Baetjer.
A March 8, 2006 conference, on “The Future of the Transatlantic Relations,” addressed changes in US and European defense and foreign policy in the aftermath of the War in Iraq and in light of a new consensus for coordinating US and European military strategy, planning and operational activities. Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government and Public Service, Bush Presidential Library Foundation, and European Union Center of Excellence, partnering with the Department of the Army’s Eisenhower National Security Series and the Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute, convened a conference of distinguished international experts from academic, military, governmental, and non-governmental organizations to examine key dimensions of this dynamic relationship, which has major implications for global as well as regional security.
Foreword by Dean Richard A. Chilcoat
Letter from President George H. W. Bush
Panel 1: Force Structure and Power Projection for the Region and Beyond
Panel 2: Overview of Trends, Themes, and Grand Strategy
Panel 3: Homeland Security and Terrorism
Panel 4: Realigning American Forces in Europe: Demise or Rebirth of the Atlantic Alliance?
Closing Remarks by Dean Richard A. Chilcoat
The Atlantic Alliance and Blair’s Pivotal Power: Trying to Make All Things Special
Alan P. Dobson
How to Avoid a Transatlantic Rift over Iran
Dark Winter/Atlantic Storm: Key Issues from Two Executive Level Exercises
Randall J. Larsen
Atlantic Storm: Facing the Bioterror Challenge
Daniel S. Hamilton and Bradley T. Smith
American Realignment in Europe
Turkey, Russia, and Sticky Institutions: Why the Transatlantic Security Relationship Endures—and Some Thoughts on Future Missions
Patrick B. Baetjer
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