Текст при размещении. "Major-General Ivan Fenton (right), Assistant Director of Operations of NATO’s International Military Staff in Brussels talks to Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Lamarre (centre) and Colonel Jim Ellis (left), Commander of Task Force Kabul, while looking down on Camp Julien from the Queen’s Palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, September 2004".
Major General Fenton discussed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), outlining how it is transforming itself from a regional defensive alliance into a capable and flexible provider of security and stability far beyond the Euro-Atlantic region. As an example, he will discuss the security assistance mission in Afghanistan, touching on such points as its rationale, the main elements of its mission, the nature of its partnerships, and its challenges for the future. Thursday, November 9, 2006, 11:00am - 12:30 pm Seventh Semester, North Campus