23 April 2012
Get "Smart": Paving the Way to a More Efficient Alliance
This policy memo provides several recommendations on how NATO can overcome the roadblock to secure state participation in the Smart Defense initiative. As military cooperation remains a sensitive issue, the success of Smart Defense will depend on how well NATO packages and markets these projects. NATO leadership must prove Smart Defense’s utility and dynamism while demonstrating the financial and strategic benefits to be gained by swift and comprehensive implementation.
© 2012 Atlantic Community
Bram Peter De Ridder, Samuel Eamon Erickson, Moritz Poellath, Max Smeets, Dmitry Stefanovich
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