NATO's Eastern Agenda in a New Strategic Era
NATO's Eastern agenda faces several challenges, including consolidating the democratic transitions in Central and Eastern Europe, ensuring the security of the Baltic states, developing a post-NATO-enlargement strategy for Ukraine, deepening the Russia-NATO partnership, and engaging the Caucasus and Central Asia. The author also considers NATO's broader transformation.
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Chapter One NATOS EASTERN AGENDA IN A NEW STRATEGIC ERA
Chapter Two CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Chapter Three BALTIC SECURITY
Chapter Four UKRAINES UNCERTAIN EUROPEAN CHOICE
Chapter Five WHITHER RUSSIA?
IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR US POLICY
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