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NATO after 2000 : the future of the Euro-Atlantic Alliance

Author: John Borawski; Thomas-Durell Young
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2001.
Series: ABC-Clio ebook.
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Borawski and Young provide a serious analysis of the major issues confronting European-North American relations. They draw detailed attention to the fundamental political and military issues before the Atlantic Alliance. They illustrate that NATO remains essential to Euro-Atlantic security. Only the Atlantic Alliance can bring to bear well-tested military capability under US leadership to promote its members  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Borawski, John.
NATO after 2000.
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2001
(DLC) 00061126
(OCoLC)44713143
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Borawski; Thomas-Durell Young
ISBN: 0313016143 9780313016141 9780275971793 0275971791
OCLC Number: 53986541
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 161 pages)
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1 RISKS AND CAPABILITIES 1 --
Security Challenges 1 --
Defense Capabilities Initiative 7 --
Weapons of Mass Destruction 13 --
Command Restructuring 16 --
Force Structure Review 18 --
Combined Joint Task Forces 31 --
2 THE EUROPEAN DIMENSION 33 --
From Berlin to Helsinki 34 --
A Fresh Act of Creation 39 --
3 WHAT PRICE HONOR? 43 --
Jus ad Bellum 44 --
For a New Containment 57 --
4 RUSSIA 59 --
Distant Friends? 64 --
Persistent Engagement 69 --
5 THE OPEN DOOR 73 --
The Road to Madrid 75 --
Hanging Matters 80 --
First Principles 86 --
6 THE HAND OF FRIENDSHIP 89 --
Partnership for Peace 89 --
Mediterranean Dialogue 94 --
Southeast Europe Initiative 95 --
7 REVISITING THE COMMON EUROPEAN HOME 97.
Series Title: ABC-Clio ebook.
Responsibility: John Borawski and Thomas-Durell Young.

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Borawski and Young provide a serious analysis of the major issues confronting European-North American relations. They draw detailed attention to the fundamental political and military issues before the Atlantic Alliance. They illustrate that NATO remains essential to Euro-Atlantic security. Only the Atlantic Alliance can bring to bear well-tested military capability under US leadership to promote its members security, interests, and democratic values. However, to remain vital, the Alliance must undertake a serious review of its major purposes: enlargement to the former Warsaw Pact nations, a strategic partnership with Russia, defense against weapons of mass destruction, and a more mature transatlantic relationship drawing on the lessons of the former Yugoslavia. This is an important assessment for policymakers, military planners, scholars, students, and others concerned with current European-American relations.

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