Author profile: Péter Marton

Péter Marton holds a PhD in International Relations. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Corvinus University and a Lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. His fields of interest are Foreign Policy Analysis and Security Studies, and his research currently focuses on the politics and the strategic challenges of international burden-sharing. His latest book on the subject is Statebuilding in Afghanistan: Multinational contributions to reconstruction (co-edited and co-authored with Nik Hynek; published by Routledge in London and New York, 2011). He has in the past also written for E-International Relations on NATO. Connected to this research he is a holder of the Bolyai János Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

The Challenges of Equitable International Burden-sharing

The Challenges of Equitable International Burden-sharing

There has to be agreement among burden-sharing actors not only that a certain goal is desirable but also regarding the ways and means of achieving said end.

NATO’s Chicago Summit: A Snapshot of the Alliance’s Slow-motion Overhaul

NATO’s Chicago Summit: A Snapshot of the Alliance’s Slow-motion Overhaul

NATO’s recent Chicago Summit produced no truly historical decisions. It did what was required to keep the Alliance’s slow-motion overhaul on track, focusing on taking forward a “responsible” transition in Afghanistan and the cause of “smart” defence back home.

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