Mark Webber is Professor of International Politics at the University of Birmingham. A NATO specialist and a one-time scholar of Russia and the former Soviet Union, his recent work in these areas has been published in the journals International Affairs, European Journal of International Security, Review of International Studies, European Security, West European Politics, and Journal of European Integration. He is co-editor (with Adrian Hyde-Price) of Theorising NATO: New Perspectives on the Transatlantic Alliance and the co-author (with James Sperling and Martin Smith) of What’s Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It. Webber is currently 2022 Senior Eisenhower Defence Fellow at the NATO Defence College.
Books by Mark Webber
Interviews with Mark Webber
Political Community in the North Atlantic Area
by Karl Deutsch et al
The Third World War: August 1985
by John Hackett
Defense of the West: Transatlantic Security from Truman to Trump
by Stanley R Sloan
Why NATO Endures
by Wallace J Thies
Not One Inch: America, Russia, and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate
by M E Sarotte
With all eyes on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it’s a good time to educate yourself on the role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in post-war Europe. Here, University of Birmingham political scientist Mark Webber offers five book recommendations on the history, aims and ideals of NATO.