New NATO Members: Security Consumers or Producers?


The issue of burden-sharing in NATO is as relevant today as it was when the alliance was originally founded in 1949. A new study written by Colonel Joel R.  Hillison, current Director of National Security Studies in the Department of Distance Education at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, examines how well new NATO members are contributing to the alliance.

Lessons learned apply directly to current burden-sharing debates and provide insights into future burden-sharing opportunities and challenges.

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