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Opening NATO's door : how the alliance remade itself for a new era / Ronald D. Asmus.

By: Asmus, Ronald D.
Contributor(s): Council on Foreign Relations.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: UA646.3 A82 2002Publication: New York : Columbia University Press, c2002Description: xxxii, 372 p. : ill.Notes: "A Council on Foreign Relations book."ISBN: 0231127766 (cloth); 0231127774 (pbk.).Subject(s): North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Membership | United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989- | National security -- Europe | Peaceful change (International relations) | Post-communism -- Europe | Intervention (International law)
Contents:
Book I The origins -- 1 An ambiguous pledge -- 2 Dismantling Yalta -- 3 Aligning with the west -- Book II The debate begins -- 1 Russia first -- 2 Making the case -- 3 "We need a perspective" -- 4 The partnership for peace -- Book III Across the rubicon -- 1 An ambiguous decision -- 2 Shifting gears -- 3 Pressure from the right -- 4 Holbrooke's return -- 5 Across the rubicon -- Book IV Establishing the dual track -- 1 Establishing the NATO track -- 2 A parallel track with Moscow -- 3 The May-for-May deal -- 4 The political battle heats up -- 5 Bosnia and NATO enlargement -- Book V Toward a new NATO -- 1 On the back burner -- 2 Sleeping with the porcupine -- 3 Tough love for Central and Eastern Europe -- 4 Ukraine and the Baltic States -- 5 A long dance with Natasha -- Book VI The NATO-Russia Endgame -- 1 Madeleine's vision -- 2 Chancellor Kohl comes through -- 3 The road to Helsinki -- 4 Breakthrough at Helsinki -- 5 Playing both sides of the chessboard -- Book VII Head-to-Head at Madrid -- 1 Sintra -- 2 Playing the heavy -- 3 A Baltic challenge -- 4 Madrid -- 5 The final compromise -- Book VIII The political battle -- 1 Creating a command post : the birth of S/NERO -- 2 The campaign starts -- 3 Dancing with Jesse Helms -- 4 New members and new missions -- 5 The endgame.
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"A Council on Foreign Relations book."

Includes bibliographical references (p. [307]-399) and index.

Book I The origins -- 1 An ambiguous pledge -- 2 Dismantling Yalta -- 3 Aligning with the west -- Book II The debate begins -- 1 Russia first -- 2 Making the case -- 3 "We need a perspective" -- 4 The partnership for peace -- Book III Across the rubicon -- 1 An ambiguous decision -- 2 Shifting gears -- 3 Pressure from the right -- 4 Holbrooke's return -- 5 Across the rubicon -- Book IV Establishing the dual track -- 1 Establishing the NATO track -- 2 A parallel track with Moscow -- 3 The May-for-May deal -- 4 The political battle heats up -- 5 Bosnia and NATO enlargement -- Book V Toward a new NATO -- 1 On the back burner -- 2 Sleeping with the porcupine -- 3 Tough love for Central and Eastern Europe -- 4 Ukraine and the Baltic States -- 5 A long dance with Natasha -- Book VI The NATO-Russia Endgame -- 1 Madeleine's vision -- 2 Chancellor Kohl comes through -- 3 The road to Helsinki -- 4 Breakthrough at Helsinki -- 5 Playing both sides of the chessboard -- Book VII Head-to-Head at Madrid -- 1 Sintra -- 2 Playing the heavy -- 3 A Baltic challenge -- 4 Madrid -- 5 The final compromise -- Book VIII The political battle -- 1 Creating a command post : the birth of S/NERO -- 2 The campaign starts -- 3 Dancing with Jesse Helms -- 4 New members and new missions -- 5 The endgame.

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