To mark International Women's Day 2012 and increase the visibility of women in the international security debate we have produced this ebook of the three winning articles from our "Women on Transatlantic Security" competition, held last year.
Rebecca Gerome from the IANSA Women's Network writes about limiting arms exports to reduce violence against women.
Natasha Lamoreux, a student at New York University, proposes a quota-system during conflict resolution processes to move UN Resolution 1325 from rhetoric to action.
And Rachel Posner from the US Defense Department describes how a collaborative, strategic approach to energy will provide NATO with the means for success in Afghanistan.
The ebook concludes with the op-ed "NATO's Women" by Dr. Stefanie Babst, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, written for atlantic-community.org to mark International Women's Day 2010.
Together they represent just a small part of the cutting edge writing that young women are bringing to atlantic-community.org every week.
Please download and share our first Atlantic Insights ebook. Made for both eReaders and reading at the computer, you can download it in one of three different formats: EPUB, MOBI, and PDF. Look out for out second ebook in the series, published soon, which will look at Iran.