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FOCUS ON NATO 4
Alliance news in brief
COMBATING NEW SECURITY THREATS 6
Aiding America Christopher Bennett examines how NATO has assisted the United States since 11 September.
ON THE COVER
Manhattan on 12 September.
8 Rethinking security Robert Hall and Carl Fox argue for new strategies to meet 21st century security challenges.
16 Countering cyber war Timothy Shimeall, Phil Williams and Casey Dunlevy argue for incorporation of the virtual world in defence planning.
12 Fighting terrorism Frank J. Cilluffo and Daniel Rankin urge a flexible, comprehensive and coordinated approach.
Towards a new strategic partnership Willem Matser examines NATO-Russia relations in the wake of 11 September.
Ted Whiteside: Head of NATO’s WMD Centre