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America's new allies : Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic in NATO

Author: Andrew A Michta
Publisher: Seattle ; London : University of Washington Press, ©1999.
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"America's New Allies comprehensively analyzes the strengths and liabilities that accompany the 1999 addition of three former Soviet satellite nations - Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic - to the ranks of the 16-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization. This controversial enlargement of NATO formalizes the new geopolitical realities in Europe and forces the U.S. military to confront the prospect of defending  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew A Michta
ISBN: 0295979062 9780295979069
OCLC Number: 41488912
Description: 214 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: From the NVA to the Bundeswehr: bringing the East Germans into NATO / Dale R. Herspring --
Poland: a linchpin of regional security / Andrew A. Michta --
Hungary: an outpost on the troubled periphery / Zoltan Barany --
The Czech Republic: a small contributor or a "free rider"? / Thomas S. Szayna --
NATO enlargement: policy, process, and implications / Sean Kay --
Conclusion: making the pieces fit / Andrew A. Michta.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew A. Michta.

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"America's New Allies comprehensively analyzes the strengths and liabilities that accompany the 1999 addition of three former Soviet satellite nations - Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic - to the ranks of the 16-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization. This controversial enlargement of NATO formalizes the new geopolitical realities in Europe and forces the U.S. military to confront the prospect of defending these former enemies against armed attack."--BOOK JACKET.

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