Nato Enlargement During the Cold War - Smith, M.
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Why did NATO expand its membership during the Cold War years, and what was its attraction to new members? This book locates the answers to these questions not solely in the Cold War, but in the historical problems of international order in Europe and the growing idea of the West. A wide range of sources is used, and the analysis looks at a process of neo-enlargement during NATO's inception as well as the formal accessions that followed.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Why did NATO expand its membership during the Cold War years, and what was its attraction to new members? This book locates the answers to these questions not solely in the Cold War, but in the historical problems of international order in Europe and the growing idea of the West. A wide range of sources is used, and the analysis looks at a process of neo-enlargement during NATO's inception as well as the formal accessions that followed.
Autorenporträt
MARK SMITH is Junior Research Fellow at the Mountbatten Centre for International Studies at the University of Southampton.
Inhaltsangabe
Dedication Acknowledgements Introduction The North Atlantic Treaty in Context The Membership Question and Neo-Enlargement 1948-9 The Accession of Greece and Turkey The Federal Republic and NATO 19 Spain Joins the Alliance 1982-6 Conclusions Bibliography Index