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Political Options and Obstacles

  • Clay Clemens
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Abstract

In their own detailed, at times even passionate, analyses of NATO’s possible venture into uncharted territory, this volume’s contributors reflect the wide array of opinions about ‘functional’ and above all ‘geographical’ enlargement. On the latter concept in particular, differences among proponents or among opponents often seem as great as those between the two camps, for this debate cuts across other, more familiar schools of thought, at times making for strange political bedfellows.

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Foreign Policy East Central Geographical Enlargement European Security Uncharted Territory 
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Notes

  1. 12.
    Volker Rühe, ‘Europa und Nordamerika auf dem Weg ins 21. Jahrhundert’, (speech presented at the Spring meeting of the North Atlantic Assembly, Budapest, 29 May 1995).Google Scholar
  2. 13.
    ‘Rühe: Ost-Erweiterung der NATO noch vor dem Jahr 2000’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 30 May 1995; Karsten Voigt, ‘NATO Enlargement: Sustaining the Momentum’, NATO Review, 44, no. 2 (March 1996), 16.Google Scholar
  3. 18.
    Karl-Heinz Kamp, ‘The Folly of Rapid NATO Expansion’, Foreign Policy, 98 (Spring 1995), 116–29.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. 20.
    Newt Gingrich, ‘American Engagement in Europe’, Hudson Policy Bulletin, no. 24 (July 1996), 2.Google Scholar

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