Lessons from U.S. Allies in Security Cooperation with Third Countries
The Cases of Australia, France, and the United Kingdom
Moroney, Jennifer D. P.
Gventer, Celeste Ward
Several key U.S. allies engage in security cooperation, albeit on a smaller scale than the United States. To see what the U.S. Air Force can learn from these efforts, the authors examined how and why three allies--Australia, France, and the United Kingdom--provide security cooperation and highlight three key areas that could benefit from further collaboration: staff talks, exercises, and training followed by exercises.
KeywordsHistory; Political Science
Publication date and place2011
Defence strategy, planning & research
Treaties & other sources of international law