The Realist Prism: Libya Could Shift NATO Focus Southward

Russia's 2010 military doctrine identified the continued expansion of NATO as a prime security threat to the country. But an Atlantic alliance that looks south instead of east would be a NATO that Russia could learn to live -- and even partner -- with. The effort to oust Moammar Gadhafi might have the unexpected consequence of allowing NATO to write a new chapter of its history not only with the Arab world, but also with Russia. Full Story »

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by Jon Mitchell - Apr. 2, 2011

Pretty interesting take that considers the possible strategic benefits of the war in Libya for Western military alliances.

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