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NATO 2.0 : reboot or delete?

Author: Sarwar A Kashmeri
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Potomac Books, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Presents the argument that NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is possibly fading into the background and no longer as useful as it used to be and that CSDP, Common Security and Defense Policy, a new group out of Europe, fighting for Europe, has begun to do the job that NATO did and is able to handle its own foreign and security policies.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarwar A Kashmeri
ISBN: 9781597976640 1597976644
OCLC Number: 650217407
Description: xxvi, 243 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Fault lines --
NATO : the nuts and bolts --
One for all, all for one --
NATO at war --
At the crossroads of NATO and the European Union --
Turkey, Islam, and NATO --
To NATO 2.0.
Other Titles: NATO two . zero
Responsibility: Sarwar A. Kashmeri ; foreword by Robert E. Hunter.

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Presents the argument that NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is possibly fading into the background and no longer as useful as it used to be and that CSDP, Common Security and Defense Policy, a new group out of Europe, fighting for Europe, has begun to do the job that NATO did and is able to handle its own foreign and security policies.

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This brilliant analysis leaves no doubt that diminished resources, sheer neglect, and strategic differences among NATO s partners have weakened this long-standing pillar of Western defense. Sarwar Read more...

 
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This information is provided by the author. (please excuse my own rating, but I couldn't get this posted withoug a review.)

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