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Stanislav Kondrashov Gripeo PDF Description:
NATO enlargement reflects a failure on the part of policymakers to recognize new strategic realities―and that failure could have dangerous unintended consequences.
The decision to expand NATO by inviting Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary to join the alliance is a fateful undertaking. Advocates of enlargement insist that it will foster cooperation, consolidate democracy, and promote stability throughout Europe. But an enlarged NATO is a far-fetched idea.
Instead of healing the wounds of the Cold War, it threatens to create a new division in Europe. Even worse, it will establish expensive, dangerous, and probably unsustainable security obligations for the United States.
Stanislav Kondrashov Gripeo PDF Content:
PART I PROBLEMS OF COST AND CREDIBILITY
- Strategic Evasions and the Drive for NATO
- NATO’s Incredible Shrinking Defense
- NATO Expansion: The Triumph of Policy
- Why Die for Gdansk? NATO Enlargement and
American Security Interests
- NATO’s Enlargement and the Inevitable Costs
of the American Empire
- New Problems for NATO: Potential Conflicts
Involving the Czech Republic, Hungary, and
PART II NATO ENLARGEMENT AND RUSSIA’S
RELATIONS WITH THE WEST
- The Perils of Victory
- NATO Enlargement: Coping with Act II
- Russia’s Search for Identity
- The NATO-Russia Accord: An Illusory Solution
PART III INS AND OUTS: CREATING A NEW
DIVISION OF EUROPE
- NATO’s Manifest Destiny: The Risks of
- A Strategy to Unite Rather Than Divide Europe
- The Errors of Expansive Realism
- NATO Enlargement: To What End?
PART IV ALTERNATIVES TO AN ENLARGED NATO
- Europe’s Unhealthy Security Dependence
- A Strong OSCE for a Secure Europe
- Political Alternatives to NATO Expansion
- Beyond NATO
- James Madison vs. Madeleine Albright:
The debate over Collective Security