Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative – EASI

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    • Report

    Missile Defense: Toward a New Paradigm

    No issue is more urgent or central to achieving progress toward the goal of creating an inclusive Euro-Atlantic Security Community than making European missile defense a joint project of the United States, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and Russia.

    • Op-Ed

    Euro-Atlantic Goals

    • Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor Ivanov, Sam Nunn
    • January 31, 2012
    • International Herald Tribune

    The Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative set out to identify the practical steps needed to secure the region’s future and to create new pathways to a more inclusive and effective Euro-Atlantic community, focusing on the military, human, and economic dimensions of security.

    • Article

    Turkish Foreign Policy: Interplay Between the Domestic and External

    • Ilter Turan
    • September 21, 2011

    As Turkey continues to gain international prominence, its Western allies must put more effort consensus-building with Ankara and Turkey will have to recognize the limits of its new influence.

    • Article

    Time for Strategic Europe

    Europe must develop a strategic sense of itself, its influence, and its dependence on the global economy if it is to achieve stability and cohesion at home and play an active role abroad.

    • Article

    Turkey and the Arab Spring: Implications for Turkish Foreign Policy in Transatlantic Perspective

    • Nathalie Tocci
    • September 12, 2011

    The Arab Spring is revealing the tensions between the ideals espoused by Turkish foreign policy and Ankara’s political, economic, and security interests.

    • Article

    Why the EU and Turkey Need to Coordinate Their Foreign Policies

    • Katinka Barysch
    • August 31, 2011

    An EU-Turkey foreign policy dialogue would help prevent Turkey’s EU accession process from breaking down and address Turkey’s rising status as a regional power and an independent international player.

    • Article

    Turkey’s Approach to Euro-Atlantic Security

    • Stephen Flanagan
    • August 19, 2011

    Turkey’s approach to regional tensions and other looming security challenges is shaped by its deep commitment to building stability and cooperation in its neighborhood and the wider Euro-Atlantic community.

    • Article

    Turkey and Russia: An Evolving Relationship

    • Sergey Markedonov, Natalya Ulchenko
    • August 19, 2011

    As Ankara’s perception of Moscow as a geopolitical opponent and threat to Turkish interests diminishes, bilateral Russian-Turkish relations are on an upward trend.

    • A Euro-Atlantic Security Community for the 21st Century

      States of the Euro-Atlantic security community share basic interests and depend on one another for security, economic prosperity, and human development. To address modern security challenges, these states must revitalize the institutional foundations of their shared security community.

      • Op-Ed

      A Post-Nuclear Euro-Atlantic Security Order

      • Sam Nunn, Igor Ivanov, Wolfgang Ischinger
      • December 14, 2010
      • Project Syndicate

      Achieving a genuinely collaborative approach to missile defense would address a common threat to the Euro-Atlantic region and help remove the misgivings that are blocking progress toward a common security space.

    To move toward the goal of an inclusive Euro-Atlantic Security Community, a unique process was created in 2009 called the Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI) by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

    For the first time, former policymakers, diplomats, generals, and business leaders from Russia, the United States, Canada, Central Europe, and European Union nations came together to chart a roadmap of practical action that would allow the region to leave its past behind and to start to build a more secure future based on mutual trust and cooperation.

    Praise for EASI:

    “The Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative…holds great promise for us all if we heed the words that it contains.”

    —Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, United States

    Commission Members

    • Wolfgang Ischinger
      Co-Chair, Germany
    • Igor Ivanov
      Co-Chair, Russia
    • Sam Nunn
      Co-Chair, United States
    • Robert H. Legvold
      Director, United States
    • Charles Boyd
      United States
    • Desmond Browne
      United Kingdom
    • Hikmet Çetin
      Turkey
    • Oleksandr Chalyi
      Ukraine
    • Alexander Dynkin
      Russia
    • Viktor Esin
      Russia
    • Herman Gref
      Russia
    • István Gyarmati
      Hungary
    • Stephen Hadley
      United States
    • Tedo Japaridze
      Georgia
    • Donald J. Johnston
      Canada
    • Catherine Kelleher
      United States
    • John Kerr
      United Kingdom
    • John C. Kornblum
      United States
    • Jacques Lanxade
      France
    • Vladimir Lukin
      Russia
    • Klaus Mangold
      Germany
    • Richard Matzke
      United States
    • René Nyberg
      Finland
    • Adam Daniel Rotfeld
      Poland
    • Volker Rühe
      Germany
    • Armen Sarkissian
      Armenia
    • Vyacheslav Trubnikov
      Russia

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