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NATO's security discourse after the Cold War : representing the West / Andreas Behnke.

By: Behnke, Andreas.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ5930 .B446 2013Series: New international relations: Publication: London : Routledge, 2013Description: xiii, 230 p.ISBN: 9780415584531 (hbk.); 0415584531 (hbk.).Subject(s): North Atlantic Treaty Organization | Security, International | World politics -- 1989-
Contents:
Introduction -- From space to spatialization -- Identity, security, and the inescapability of the political -- Reading\writing NATO -- Mapping the post-Cold War order: from the London declaration to the strategic concept -- The "home-coming": NATO and the Central and Eastern European states -- From pangolin to partner: the re-construction of Russia -- Arc of tension and crisis: the South and the Mediterranean -- "Out of area or out of business": Bosnia and the deconstruction of NATO -- NATO unlimited : the Washington summit 1999 -- Deconstructing the West: NATO in the age of terrorism -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- From space to spatialization -- Identity, security, and the inescapability of the political -- Reading\writing NATO -- Mapping the post-Cold War order: from the London declaration to the strategic concept -- The "home-coming": NATO and the Central and Eastern European states -- From pangolin to partner: the re-construction of Russia -- Arc of tension and crisis: the South and the Mediterranean -- "Out of area or out of business": Bosnia and the deconstruction of NATO -- NATO unlimited : the Washington summit 1999 -- Deconstructing the West: NATO in the age of terrorism -- Conclusion.

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