One of the most important work in the field of research of NATO and EU is Robert Hunters

One of the most important work in the field of research of NATO and EU is Robert Hunters, who in his work discusses the reaction of the United States (US) and NATO officials in the development of EU capabilities. It does not act on the dynamics of the relations of the two institutions, but also emphasizes some of the explanatory factors that influence the relationship between NATO and the EU. On the one hand, it emphasizes the importance of common military and economic space. In addition, he speaks about the role of Great Britain and France in cooling and straining relations between NATO and the EU. Hunter also discusses the issue of unification of European forces inside NATO and the role of defense and trade. In addition, the author emphasizes the factor of perception of each institution in crisis management processes (Hunter, 2002, pp. 72-83). However, Hunter describes methodology and therefore does not examine these points or reasons in depth regardless of their wide significance to explain the development of racism developed between NATO and the European Union. As the author notes, the European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP) was created to develop the EU’s ability to develop foreign affairs. In this way the organization has acquired expertise on a wide range of issues such as conflict resolution, diplomacy, promotion of humanitarian and development and reconstruction programs, while NATO practice includes only military specifications (Hunter, 2002, p. 83). The author also focuses on the role of the NATO Secretary-General and the North Atlantic Committee and argues that they do not have a clear and united political vision about how the crisis can be resolved after the end of the military intervention. Finally, the Hunter sets out practical reconciliation, such as defense of NATO’s priority and priority in defense, and the EU’s relatively soft, verbal limitations and recognition of the NATO Primat