common security interests of Japan, the United States, and NATO by Joint Working Group of the Atlantic Council of the United States & the Research Institute for Peace and Security, Tokyo.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization,
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StatementJoint Working Group of the Atlantic Council of the United States and the Research Institute for Peace and Security, Tokyo ; U. Alexis Johnson, chairman ; George R. Packard, rapporteur.
SeriesPolicy papers / the Atlantic Council of the United States. Security series, Policy papers (Atlantic Council of the United States), Policy papers (Atlantic Council of the United States).
ContributionsJohnson, U. Alexis 1908-, Packard, George R.
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LC ClassificationsUA845 .J65 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p. :
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3113470M
LC Control Number82222001

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Bringing together a group of Japanese and American experts, it seeks to identify the common concerns of Asian, European and American security.

The broadened global horizon of the Japanese is the most interesting dimension, although the Japanese-American link and dialogue remains, understandably. The 9/11 terrorist attacks against the United States radically altered the security environment for NATO and Japan.

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A palpable sigh of relief emanated from NATO’s headquarters in Brussels and the capitals of 27 NATO members when Donald Trump finally had a good word to say about history’s most successful and enduring alliance. He did not, of course, go so far as to acknowledge NATO’s genuine achievements: agreeing in that an attack on any allied state would be considered an attack on.

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This may be a dream, but it is the dream of the Atlanticists. Thus, the United States is frustrated because it is unable to do anything about Europe’s economic problems, but it. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) gives the best example of how common values and interests facilitate political and military collaboration aimed at ensuring security of the member states.

Although NATO proved to be an effective defence alliance, the transformation of challenges at the beginning of the twenty first century can.

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