NATO's Post-Cold War Trajectory: Decline or Regeneration

Hardcover | September 18, 2012

byMark Webber, Sperling, James, Martin A. Smith

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Two decades since the watershed of the Cold War, this book investigates NATO's staying power. This book investigates how the Alliance has adapted and managed to attend to new roles and purposes through the lens of International Relations theory. The Alliance will continue, but will remain subject to ongoing crises and challenges of change.

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Two decades since the watershed of the Cold War, this book investigates NATO's staying power. This book investigates how the Alliance has adapted and managed to attend to new roles and purposes through the lens of International Relations theory. The Alliance will continue, but will remain subject to ongoing crises and challenges of cha...

MARK WEBBER is Professor of International Politics and Head of School (Government and Society) at the University of Birmingham, UK. He is the author/editor of several books on post-Soviet Russia, European security governance and foreign policy analysis. His work on NATO has involved editing special issues of International Affairs and ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:296 pages, 9.18 × 5.7 × 1.08 inPublished:September 18, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230004520

ISBN - 13:9780230004528

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WHERE IS NATO GOING?THINKING NATO THROUGH THEORETICALLYOPERATIONSENLARGEMENT

NATO-RUSSIA RELATIONSNATO AND THE EUROPEAN UNION CONCLUSIONENDNOTES