Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Stanford University


NATO After Madrid: Looking to the Future


Coit D. Blacker - Stanford University
Ashton B. Carter
Warren Christopher
David A. Hamburg
William J. Perry - Stanford University

Published by
The Stanford-Harvard Preventive Defense Project, Vol. 1 no. 1
March 1999

This report and the conference it is based on are motivated by the sharp debate stemming from NATO's decision at Madrid to invite three new members to join its ranks. This debate is not partisan: it cleaves parties. It is profound because it has kindled the first truly geostrategic inquiry among Americans in the post-Cold War era. This inquiry has led Americans to advance from celebrating the end of the Cold War to confronting the design of Eurasia's future security system and America's role in it.