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NATO Publications

A list of publications from NATO and NATO Bodies. Here you will find information about a a variety of sources, ranging from the secretary Generals Annual Report, to Law publications, Cyber and AI, and gender perspectives. 

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NATO Secretary General Annual Report

On 21 March 2023, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg released his Annual Report for 2022. 

It details NATO’s work and achievements throughout the year, including the Alliance’s unprecedented support to Ukraine following Russia’s full-scale invasion of the country, the continued strengthening of the Alliance’s deterrence and defence posture in light of the biggest security crisis in Europe since the Second World War, and the adoption of a new Strategic Concept at the Madrid Summit.

The Report contains the results of NATO’s annual public perception polls, which also include surveys from Finland and Sweden for the first time.

NATO ADL Handbook (2023)

The NATO ADL handbook is published and maintained by the NATO Training Group (NTG) Individual Training and Educational Developments (IT&ED) task group. It provides guidelines for the development, implementation and evaluation of technology enhanced learning.

NATO 2022 Strategic Concept Cover

NATO 2022 Strategic Concept

The 2022 Strategic Concept was adopted at the Madrid Summit, 29-30 June 2022. Learn more about NATO’s enduring purpose and its fundamental security tasks.


This edition boasts an array of fascinating articles covering a broad range of topics, from cutting-edge scientific research on ‘Quantum Technology for Defence’ to thought-provoking opinion pieces like the exclusive article of the Ukrainian Air Chief about ‘Air Power in the Russian-Ukrainian War: Myths and Lessons Learned’.
Whether you’re a seasoned academic, a curious professional, or simply someone with a passion for learning, this edition is an absolute must-read!

Insights on Strategic Advising for Security Force Assistance

The NATO SFA COE editorial project, developed with the support of an international group of experts, offers important food for thought for the professionalization of Strategic Advisors called upon to operate in increasingly complex and dynamic contexts.
In particular, it focuses on the attention that they must pay in understanding the local context and the human factor, on the analysis of the gap between existing and optimal local capacities, and on the development of useful tools and procedures that encourage policies makers to integrate good governance and anti-corruption mechanisms to ensure effective long-term stability and sustainability.