An Alliance for a Global Future: NATO’s Partnerships with Australia

About this session:


NATO gets its strength through the unity of its member states but the Alliance also seeks to address global challenges through a range of important partnerships with many non-NATO countries. NATO and Australia have engaged in dialogue and cooperation since 2005 with Australian armed forces participating in NATO-led efforts in Afghanistan and in support of NATO Mission Iraq. NATO and Australia continue to strengthen relations in order to address shared security challenges.

Session Participants

Alexander Downer, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Australia, Executive Chair of the International School for Government, Kings College London