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Romania & Euro-Atlantic Integration
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Despite the fact that Romania was the first country to join the Partnership for Peace, its potential in strengthening regional stability has received little attention. These 16 papers correct this myopia with analyses of the economic, civil, and diplomatic progress that Romania has made in the post-communist era. Lacks an index. Distributed in the US by ISBS.
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This volume bring together Romanian and American specialists and practitioners to assess the current stage of Romania's integration into the Euro-Atlantic alliance from the perspective of the political strategies it has adopted and military issues it has addressed. The book is divided into two parts reflecting these twin foci. In the first section, Romania's overall Euro-Atlantic strategy and regional security situation are assessed along with the policies formulated to deal with them. American contributors include Daniel N. Nelson of Old Dominion University, Joseph Harrington and Scott Karns of Framingham State College. The second section of Romania and Euro-Atlantic Integration focuses on military and civil-military components of integration. Romania's alternate model of implementing civil-military reform is evaluated in comparison both to the predominant model employed in the region and to the actual experience of the countries undergoing similar reforms.
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