The recent NATO Summit in Brussels in July 2018 and the stance taken by the US President Donald Trump have raised concerns about the future and the possible transformation of the Alliance. The progress made over the last two years in the EU’s defense policy has created a new momentum for cooperation between the EU and NATO. Though, prolonged instability in the Middle East and North Africa region poses challenges and threats to the European security. Yet, the Prespa Agreement and the possible accession of fYROM to NATO will create new landscape in the security architecture of the Western Balkans. The Books Journal in collaboration with ELIΑMEP, hosts a special issue on the relation between NATO, European Security and Greece, with opinion articles from Greek academics and politicians.
Visit the website of the Books Journal, Issue 91, here.