This work evaluates the pros and cons of NATO enlargement. It explains why NATO offered membership to three of its Cold War adversaries and makes recommendations about which countries, if any, should be offered membership in the future.
Table of Contents
Marching NATO eastward - can international relations theory keep pace?, Robert W. Rauchhaus; NATO expansion - a realist's view, Kenneth N. Waltz; analyzing NATO expansion - an institutional bargaining approach, Vinod K. Aggarwal; organization theory - remedy for Europe's organizational cacophony?, Ernst B. Haas; a modest proposal for NATO enlargement, Steven Weber; NATO enlargement - a step in the process of alliance reform, Gail A. Mattox; the origins and future of NATO enlargement, Charles A. Kupchan; boarding the NATO train - enlargement and national interests, Ronald J. Bee; explaining NATO enlargement, Robert W. Rauchhaus; appendices.
Robert W. Ruchhaus