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Book Review: What’s Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It
International Journal  (IF0.836),  Pub Date : 2021-09-22, DOI: 10.1177/00207020211043938
Andrea Charron

Seventy-two years after its inception, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the most successful military alliance. We could end the discussion there, but among NATO’s 30 member states, there are deep divisions, proverbial elephants in the room, and persistent concerns that it is unprepared to match re-emerging and new peer competitors, not to mention internal consternations about dreaded national “caveats” whenever missions are planned. Despite NATO’s myriad problems, however, the authors maintain that it is “salvageable and worth keeping” (1).