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Eastern Europe Studies
- Added November 01, 1997
- Type: Monograph
- NATO Enlargement and the Baltic States: What Can the Great Powers Do? Authored by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
- NATO's enlargement has brought it to the borders of the Baltic states who covet membership in NATO. However, admitting them into NATO is one of the most difficult problems for the Alliance because of Russia's unconditional opposition to such action and because of NATO's own internal divisions on this issue. Nonetheless, a new regime or system of security for the entire Baltic region must now be on the U.S. and European agenda.