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NATO Enlargement: Illusions and Reality

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NATO Enlargement: Illusions and Reality
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Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 1882577582
Number of pages: 300

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NATO has been an alliance without a mission since the end of the Cold War. NATO enlargement reflects a failure on the part of policy makers to recognize new strategic realities -- and that failure could have dangerous unintended consequences.

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