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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
The chief of NATO's public diplomacy division, Jamie Shea, says the mood is "fairly positive" as the alliance gears up to becoming more "highly developed" than it was during the Cold War. In an interview with the Austrian newspaper Wiener Zeitung, he says the USA is rediscovering the need for stable coalitions to win the peace. He also advocates less waste to ensure Europe's defence spending is more effective. The following is text of Walter Haemmerle interview by Austrian newspaper Wiener Zeitung on 4 September entitled "Waging war and building houses":
Jamie Shea, chief of NATO's public diplomacy division, is convinced that nothing will change in NATO's importance for the security of Europe and North …