RUSI JournalVolume 159Issue 3members only

On the Transatlantic Edge: Nordic Security after the Afghan War and the Ukraine Crisis


The changing Nordic-Baltic security environment will likely demand greater attention from NATO, its regional Allies and its partners

Since the 1990s, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland have worked as NATO members or partners, participating in expeditionary operations and playing political leadership roles in the transatlantic security community. Today, however, the Nordic-Baltic security environment is changing rapidly, a trend only further accelerated by the Ukraine crisis. Magnus Nordenman argues that the emerging strategic environment will force the Nordic nations to focus on challenges closer to home

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