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The Transatlantic Alliance on the Eve of the New Millennium

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ISBN13: 9789041102430
ISBN: 9041102434
Published: July 1998
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £204.00

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This volume covers reinforcement of the European pillar of the Alliance; adjustment of the balance of responsibilities between the two sides of the Atlantic; and shoring up the transatlantic partnership and perhaps broadening it into that elusive concept, a ""transatlantic community"", stretching into economic and other fields. The contributors address the perceived security vacuum in parts of Central and Eastern Europe, and discuss measures to build up greater confidence between former Cold War antagonists and ways of developing in them the habits of co-operation rather than counter-operation.

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Introduction: The Origin and Objectives of the Berlin Seminars; A. Triestram. The Transatlantic Alliance and the Changing European Security Environment; S. Trifunovska. Part One: Position of NATO in the New Security Environment. Must NATO Fail? Theories, Myths and Policy Dilemmas; D.G. Haglund. NATO and the New World Order: Anarchy? H. Tromp. The NATO Enlargement: Implications and Perspectives for Transatlantic Relations; V.I. Krivokhizha. NATO - PFP - Russia: A Triangle of Changes and Challenges; S.K. Oznobistchev. France and NATO; P. Boniface. Part Two: Transatlantic Relationship and the Issues of Isolationism, Renationalisation and Denationalisation. The Second Coming of ""America First"": Neo-Isolationism and the Return to ""Fortress America""; R.F. Farnen. European Security With or Without America?? J.D. McCausland. Renationalisation and Denationalisation in Europe: Implications for Transatlantic Security; D.T. Stuart. Renationalisation of Western Defence and Security Policies: A German View on a Hesitant Spectre; R. Wolf. The Czech Views on Some Issues of Renationalisation; S. Stach. Isolationism from the Turkish Point of View; E. Gursoy-Naskali. Nationalisation or Multilateralisation of the European Armed Forces - A Brief Comment on the Danish View; K.P. Pedersen. Part Three: European Security and Defence Identity. The Making of a European Foreign and Defence Identity: Neo-Realist and Constructivist Perspectives; G. Hellmann. The North Atlantic Alliance Politics in a European Context: Problems, Prospects and the Question of a European Political Union; P. Ifestos. European Security and Defence Identity: Myth or Reality? I. Johansen. A Spanish Perspective on the European Security; E.S. Mateos. Germany's Security Policy and the Role of Bundeswehr in the Post-Cold War Period; K. Freytag. Appendix: Selected Documents.