Sandro Knezović and Zrinka Vučinović have published a research article in the book entitled ‘NEWCOMERS NO MORE? – Contemporary NATO and the Future of the Enlargement from the Perspective of “Post-Cold War” Members’, published by The International Relations Research Institute in Warsaw, the Jagello 2000 – NATO Information Center in Prague and the Latvian Institute of International Affairs in Riga, in cooperation with the Atlantic Treaty Association in Brussels and with support of NATO Pubic Diplomacy Division.
The central aims of the proposed book would be to present, in the form of a collection of some 10-15 articles, a variety of views on NATO from the member states “formerly known as new”, and to assess in this context the prospects for NATO enlargement.
The article by Sandro Knezović and Zrinka Vučinović, ‘The Future of NATO in the New Security Environment. A Former Newcomer’s View’, analyses the role of NATO alliance in the contemporary security environment within the context of its priorities defined by new Strategic Concept 2010, having special attention on potential role of former newcomers and potential new members.