Explaining NATO Enlargement

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Robert W. Rauchhaus
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - 219 páginas
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Advocates of NATO's enlargement believe the policy will have far-reaching positive consequences, such as helping to consolidate democratic and market reforms in eastern and central Europe. In contrast, critics of the policy believe that NATO expansion will have far-reaching negative consequences. For example, they worry that enlargement will undermine Russia's willingness to co-operate with the West, and believe that new members will drag NATO into a region that is historically a tinderbox. NATO's decision to offer membership to three of its former Cold War adversaries - Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic - raises a number of important questions. What are the likely consequences of enlargement? Why did NATO decide to expand eastward? Which countries should be admitted in the future? br The contributors to this volume evaluate the pros and cons of NATO enlargement, explain why the alliance was expanded eastward, and make recommendations about which countries, if any, should be offered membership in the future.
 

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POWER AND PREFERENCES
10
Enlargement
18
A Realists View Kenneth N Waltz
23
The Bosnian Road to NATO Enlargement Beverly Crawford
39
Remedy for Europes
83
A Modest Proposal for NATO Expansion Steven Weber
91
A Step in the Process
107
The Origins and Future of NATO
127
and National Interests Ronald J Bee
149
Explaining NATO Enlargement Robert W Rauchhaus
173
The North Atlantic Treaty
197
Open Letter to President Clinton
203
Abstracts
209
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