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Colonel Jose Luis Calvo Albero

JOSE LUIS CALVO ALBERO, Colonel, Spanish Army, is a faculty instructor at the U.S. Army War College (USAWC). He received his commission as infantry officer in 1984. His previous assignments include the European Union (EU) Military Staff in Brussels, the Spanish Joint Staff, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Rapid Deployment Corps in Italy, and the Spanish Army War School. His operational experience includes deployments to Bosnia Herzegovina (1995, 2002, and 2010), and Afghanistan (2005-2006). Colonel Calvo is a frequent contributor to academic and military publications in Spain, with more than 100 articles and book chapters from 1996 to the present.

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SSI books and monographs by Colonel Jose Luis Calvo Albero

  • Friendly Force Dilemmas in Europe: Challenges Within and Among Intergovernmental Organizations and the Implications for the U.S. Army

    May 23, 2018

    Authored by Colonel Jose Luis Calvo Albero, Colonel Kirk Gallinger, Lieutenant Colonel Klaus Klingenschmid, Lieutenant Colonel Jose De Meer Madrid, Colonel Angus McAfee, Colonel Stefano Messina, Lieutenant Colonel Markus Meyer, Colonel Michael Mineni, Colonel Darryl Rupp.
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    The transatlantic community is facing a vast array of security challenges in Europe. The principal intergovernmental organizations—the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)—responsible for rising to these challenges face a number of hurdles. This monograph takes a unique perspective—that of European partners and allies—in suggesting to U.S. policymakers how Washington ought to consider adjusting its approach in Europe and beyond, as a means of helping NATO and the EU to provide credible and sustainable collective security and defense.