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2011 | 24 |
Article title

Norwegia wobec wybranych aspektów transformacji NATO podnoszonych w przededniu i w trakcie Szczytu w Rydze

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EN
NORWAY TO SELECTED ASPECTS OF NATO’S TRANSFORMATION RELIED BEFORE AND DURING THE SUMMIT IN RIGA
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Abstracts
EN
The aim of this paper is to present the set of priorities of the Norwegian policy with reference to NATO evolution before and during Alliance Summit in Riga. The article should point out the background for Norway’s approach towards transformation of NATO. Is it in the best interest of Norway to support and contribute to the NATO’s development at the beginning of XXI century ? The Norwegian strategy towards NATO is an expression of national political and military aspirations, so, the motives of the Norway to create new shape of Alliance military cooperation must be touched upon. The fact that Norway is so firmly anchored in NATO’s structures constitutes an important factor for state’s security policy – strategy. As a result Norwegian activity in the field of security must be seen as an element many-sided NATO transformation.
PL
Podjęcie problemu Norwegii w świetle transformacji NATO wydaje się być potrzebą chwili z kilku powodów. Chociaż Norwegia jest od 1999 roku sojusznikiem Rzeczypospolitej w strukturach NATO, a zatem także gwarantem polskiego bezpieczeństwa, o polityce wojskowej tego skandynawskiego państwa pisze się niewiele. Celem artykułu jest wyjaśnienie specyfiki strategii Królestwa Norwegii wobec węzłowych problemów rozwoju i transformacji Sojuszu Północnoatlantyckiego w bardzo ważnym dla tej organizacji okresie Rady Północnoatlantyckiej w Rydze, zwanej powszechnie Szczytem NATO w Rydze.
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Wrocławski
References
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Publication order reference
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