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Not Whether but When: The U.S. Decision to Enlarge NATO

by James M. Goldgeier

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 081573171X, Paperback)

How did Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic become the newest members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization? Based on interviews with more than 75 individuals - from Cabinet officials to desk officers - this book tells the inside story of the controversial Clinton administration initiative. Analyzing the earliest internal deliberations as well as discussions with allies, the Russians and the US senate, the author demonstrates how a handful of committed policymakers outmaneouvered overwhelming bureaucratic opposition.

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