Trackers and Data VisualizationsJun 16, 2022
Visualizing the NATO Strategic Concept: Five ways to look at the Alliance’s future
By Atlantic Council experts
We asked our experts: With so much happening in the global arena, what topics will be featured in NATO's Strategic Concept - and how should the Alliance think about addressing them?
New AtlanticistJun 14, 2021
Three priorities for NATO partnerships in a contested world
By Lisa Aronsson and Brett Swaney
NATO should double down on what works—capacity-building—while expanding political consultations with partners and forging new frontiers in science and technology cooperation.
In-Depth Research & ReportsMar 8, 2021
NATO partnerships for Women, Peace, and Security
By Lisa Aronsson
Lisa A. Aronsson outlines the achievements and the implementation challenges NATO faces, and offers three sets of recommendations for overcoming institutional hurdles, leveraging non-NATO members, and reviving NATO's sense of purpose on the Women, Peace, and Security agenda.
Lisa A. Aronsson is a nonresident senior fellow at the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security at the Atlantic Council. She is a defense policy analyst with more than ten years of experience working in international think tanks, governments, and universities. She is affiliated with the Transatlantic Security Initiative and leads projects related to NATO, EU, UK defense, gender, European security, and transatlantic cooperation. She currently serves as a research fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University. Previously, she worked as an analyst for the Congressional Research Service where she completed a study the United States and its European allies’ responses to emerging technologies in defense, and she has worked as a research fellow and program head at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London. At RUSI she led the Institute’s work on US defense policy, UK-US cooperation, and transatlantic relations. She also lectured for UK Foreign Office and Ministry of Defense training courses, taught undergraduate courses at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and published her work in RUSI publications as well as in European Security, and the Wall Street Journal among others. Prior to joining RUSI, Lisa completed a PhD in International Relations and a Masters in International and Cold War History at LSE. She began her career as a newsroom assistant at the Associated Press Bureau in Rome after completing her BA at Wellesley College.