The System-Change in Europe: Theoretical and Political Consequences for the Future Role of NATO. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Theoretical Propositions, Empirical Evidence and Possible Political Guidelines
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In its consequences for the future role of the Atlantic Alliance, the system-change in Europe means more than what it is commonly conceived of to be. Much of the political and scholarly debates about NATO's future embrace military conflict management and Alliance enlargement as crucial factors. Yet another set of decisive factors determining NATO's future lies in the intra-Alliance political and military relationships. The immediate challenges in the first place stem from conflicts of internal origin, such as reconciling divergent interests and approaches among its members.
NATO Individual Research Fellowship 1995-1997
Humboldt University Berlin
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Siedschlag, A. (1997). The System-Change in Europe: Theoretical and Political Consequences for the Future Role of NATO. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Theoretical Propositions, Empirical Evidence and Possible Political Guidelines. NATO Individual Research Fellowship 1995-1997, (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1850
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Dr. Siedschlag was not affiliated with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the time this paper was published.