Security and Strategy in the New Europe
Publisher: Routledge | ISBN: 0415071208 | edition 1992 | PDF | 272 pages | 10,4 mb
In Security and Strategy in the New Europe, a group of international experts provide the first comparative analysis of the policies of the major powers towards the future of European security. The focus of the book is on change: how old ideas and institutions are being adapted, developed or abandoned with the end of the Cold War. The contributors argue that current thinking and policies concerning the future of European security are less radical and much more firmly rooted in the past than might be expected. The essays examine both Eastern and Western Europe and the former Soviet Union, and provide an analysis of the role of the United States in European security.