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NATO's eastern agenda in a new strategic era

Author: F Stephen Larrabee; United States. Air Force.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Rand Project Air Force, 2003.
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With the conclusion of the Prague summit, NATO faces a number of new challenges in its Eastern agenda. First, it must ensure that the democratic transitions in Central and Eastern Europe are consolidated and that there is no backsliding. These countries must modernize their military forces and make them interoperable with those of NATO. Second, NATO, must remain engaged in and ensure the security of the Baltic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Larrabee, F. Stephen.
NATO's eastern agenda in a new strategic era.
Santa Monica, CA : Rand Project Air Force, 2003
(DLC) 2003017570
(OCoLC)52901832
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: F Stephen Larrabee; United States. Air Force.
ISBN: 0833036106 9780833036100
OCLC Number: 55203855
Notes: "Prepared for the United States Air Force."
"MR-1744-AF"--P. [4] of cover.
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 192 p.) : maps.
Contents: NATO₂s Eastern Agenda in a New Strategic Era --
Central and Eastern Europe --
Baltic Security --
Ukraine₂s Uncertain ₃European Choice₄ --
Whither Russia? --
NATO₂s Eastern Agenda After Prague: Implications and Challenges for U.S. Policy.
Responsibility: F. Stephen Larrabee.

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This text looks at NATO's eastern agenda which is facing several challenges, including consolidating the democratic transitions in Central and Eastern Europe, ensuring the security of the Baltic  Read more...

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