This paper discusses the US-European security relationship after the collapse of Soviet Eastern Europe: NATO, weaponry, Bosnia, Clinton policies and the role of Russia.
# 21622 | 1,125 words | 6 sources | 1994 |
Published on Mar 05, 2003 in History (U.S. Post-Modern 1965-Present) , European Studies (Collapse of the Soviet Empire) , International Relations (General)
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From the Paper:"The United States and Europe are at a critical turning point in the definition of their security partnership. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, most Americans assumed that the existing security system could meet any challenges offered, especially since NATO had become the permanent diplomatic conference for the North Atlantic region. There are others, however, including Secretary of State Christopher, who want to replace NATO with a continent-wide security structure and to forge an economic partnership with Europe that transcends the European Community (EC).. Until recently, many European did not hold to that opinion. They believed that the ever-changing world situation demanded a new common European identity that went beyond its dependence upon the United States for security. However, the crisis in Yugoslavia has shaken both these beliefs."
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