RUSI JournalVolume 160Issue 5members only

Time to Act: The UK in NATO

The UK should ensure that NATO has both the will and the capacity to respond to new security challenges

Since 1989, NATO has expanded its strategic concept and geopolitical scope to the detriment of an efficient and well-defined military capability in Europe. However, the Ukrainian crisis has brought the attention back to Europe and to NATO’s deterrent value. Linda Risso argues that, as one of the Alliance’s leading members, the UK must act as a catalyst to ensure that NATO has the necessary military strength and political will to respond to the new

lockmembers only content

Continue reading by joining RUSI

View membership options

Join the World’s Leading Defence and Security Community

  • A busy programme of members' only events
  • Access to a suite of RUSI publications
  • Access to experts, networks and research teams

Already have an account?


Explore our related content