Center for Transatlantic Security Studies
The Center for Transatlantic Security Studies (CTSS) launched a video at the NATO 2012 Summit in Chicago entitled "A More Perfect Alliance." This video was created by the CTSS team which includes, James Snyder, Alince Ning, Stefano Santamato, Brett Swaney, Kathryn Moss and camera experts Duan Spruell and Paul Strohl. The video is a compilation of interviews that asks the question of NATO leaders "How to achieve a more perfect alliance?" Illuminating, insightful, and intriguing - More Perfect Alliance is a brilliant commentary on NATO and its future.
The Center for Transatlantic Security Studies (CTSS) provides European and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NAT0) policy advice, research, and outreach for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, U.S. military combatant commanders, and other government leaders. Created in 2010, CTSS is the newest component within the Institute for National Strategic Studies at National Defense University.
With its unique access to the Department of Defense, NATO Headquarters, U.S. strategic commands, and other U.S. government and international institutions, CTSS plays a leading role in the implementation of key elements of the NATO 2010 Lisbon Summit, the run-up to the 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago, and beyond.