NATO WATCH: Time for a No-Spy Zone? Or More Realistically, Time for EU/NATO to Discover Open Source Intelligence with Integrity?

NATO Watch Comment: Time to establish a ‘No Spy Zone’ in NATO? By Dr Ian Davis, NATO Watch Director 22 November 2013 www.natowatch.org Promoting a more transparent and accountable NATO Disclosure of US intelligence surveillance activities in Germany and other allied countries has aroused angry political and public reaction in those countries. The whistleblower Edward …

NATO Watch: Four Questions — and 70-90 US Nuclear Weapons in Turkey, US Helping Turkey Go Nuclear By 2019?

Four questions not answered by NATO Defence Ministers By Nigel Chamberlain and Ian Davis, NATO Watch 4 November 2013 www.natowatch.org Promoting a more transparent and accountable NATO Four questions only: 1. Can NATO’s defence gap be bridged? 2. Why such slow progress on NATO support for Libya? 3. Are NATO and Russia going to cooperate to …

NATO WATCH: Afghanistan “Zero Option” and More…

In this July-September 2013 edition: NATO Watch Editorial: ‘Zero Option’ for Afghanistan – a realistic possibility? Review Article: The Taliban at war: inside the Helmand insurgency, 2004–2012 News, Commentary & Reports: Afghanistan-Pakistan; Arctic Security; Arms Control; Counter-Terrorism; Cyber Security; Defence Budgets; Drones; Energy Security; Enlargement and Partnerships; Exercises; Kosovo; Libya; Mali; Maritime Security; Missile Defence; …

NATO Watch: NATO and Russia to Cooperate on Syria?

NATO and Russia to Cooperate on Syrian Chemical Weapon Disarmament? By Ian Davis, NATO Watch 5 October 2013 www.natowatch.org Promoting a more transparent and accountable NATO It is not often that we get to blow our own trumpet. But breaking news reported in the Journal of Turkish Weekly suggests that NATO and Russia have agreed …