Reassuring NATO: Eastern Europe, Russia, and the Western Alliance
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- Forsvarsstudier 
Against the background of the changing Russian and East European attitudes toward NATO before and since the end of the Cold War. This Study examines the origins of the alliance's enlargement and the implications for its cohesin and ability to act. The author recommends suspending the enlargement after the admission of Poland, the best qualified candidate.