NATO’s new Strategic Concept adopted in Lisbon in 2010, identifies‘partnership’ as ‘cooperative security’, being one of the 3 main policy ‘pillars’ of NATO. The stakes of such policy are high; If titled we can assume that this is the ‘outreach professional public policy orientation of NATO’, outside its traditional borders. Promotion of stability, prosperity and growth in and outsideof the Euro-  Atlantic region

Marios P. Efthymiopoulos is the CEO and Founder of the Greece-based international think tank Strategy International. Dr. Efthymiopoulos held multiple positions as a visiting scholar, researcher, lecturer, and analyst in the United States, Italy, Greece, and Cyprus. He has written extensively on NATO, Transatlantic relations, Greek foreign policy, the Eastern Mediterranean, cyber-security, and international security; at the same

Considering the constant changes but also challenges of the 21st century in the field of security policy, NATO has embarked into a constant and continuous transformation. It is implicit for NATO to transform, from a traditional security defense alliance into a flexible security alliance that addresses global security threats.   By Dr. Marios P. Efthymiopoulos Visiting Scholar, Center for

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