The Transatlantic Bargain

Mark D. Ducasse (ed)
Content Type
Institute for National Strategic Studies
NATO is often described as the most successful military alliance in history. In addition to longevity, those characterizing NATO this way are usually thinking of the Alliance's role in protecting freedom and guaranteeing peace in Europe against a hostile Soviet Union, right until the Iron Curtain fell. NATO's role in ending ethnic cleansing in the Balkans, and in helping to re-integrate Central and Eastern Europe into the mainstream of Europe, only added to this positive image of the Alliance.
Foreign Policy, Defense Policy, NATO, Diplomacy, International Cooperation, Bilateral Relations
Political Geography
United States, Europe, Soviet Union, Balkans