Interestingly, those states that acceded to NATO during its first round of post–Cold War enlargement (i.e., Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic) characterized their joining NATO and the European Union as part of their return to ...
Author: Rebecca R. Moore
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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