NATO’s secretary-general has said next month’s summit in Chicago will result in new initiatives to improve inter-operability among alliance military forces.
But NATO expert and Ohio Wesleyan University professor Sean Kay tells Voice of America reporter Al Pessin that more is needed.
“If NATO just comes to Chicago, pats itself on the back and says ‘We are on plan and we are just doing great,’ they have not made the kind of deep seated changes that need to be made,” said Kay, Ph.D., author of the recently published second edition of “Global Security in the Twenty-First Century: The Quest for Power and the Search for Peace.”
Read the full April 18 Voice of America article here.
Kay, who also authored 2011’s “Celtic Revival? The Rise, Fall, and Renewal of Global Ireland” is visiting Ireland this week to take part in the Third Annual Economic Ideas Forum. He will participate in an April 20 panel discussion on “The EU and US—shared economic challenges.”
Ohio Wesleyan University is one of the nation’s premier small, private universities, with more than 90 undergraduate majors, sequences, and courses of study, and 23 NCAA Division III varsity sports. Located in Delaware, Ohio, just minutes north of Ohio’s capital and largest city, Columbus, the university combines a globally focused curriculum with off-campus learning and leadership opportunities that translate classroom theory into real-world practice. OWU’s close-knit community of 1,850 students represents 47 states and 57 countries. Ohio Wesleyan was named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with distinction, is featured in the book “Colleges That Change Lives,” and is included on the “best colleges” lists of U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. Learn more at www.owu.edu.