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    Carl Cavanagh Hodge,Carl C. Hodge
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Author (Person): Hodge, Carl C. Publisher: Praeger Published: 2002 (Last . Kosovo, NATO and the dilemmas of armed humanitarian intervention (in ‘NATO for a new century. Atlanticism and European security’, p85-96).

Author (Person): Hodge, Carl C. Publisher: Praeger Published: 2002 (Last update: 01/01/2002). Toward an ethic of responsibility? Kosovo, NATO and the dilemmas of armed humanitarian intervention (in ‘NATO for a new century. Author (Person): Ang, Adrian U-Jin Publisher: Praeger Published: 2002 (Last update: 01/01/2002).

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бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. NATO's military interventions in the Balkans have transformed the alliance. As the alliance goes East, its members are compelled to rethink NATO's, and each member nation's, military and political. As the alliance goes East, its members are compelled to rethink NATO's, and each member nation's, military and political roles

America and Germany in the Twentieth Century (Greenwood, 1992). NATO for a New Century: Atlanticism and European Security Humanistic perspectives on international relations, ISSN 1535-0363.

NATO for a New Century: Atlanticism and European Security Carl Cavanagh Hodge Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 2002. Sık kullanılan terimler ve kelime öbekleri. America and Germany in the Twentieth Century (Greenwood, 1992).

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Hodge, Carl Cavanagh. North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Security, International. Upper Saddle River, . Pearson/Prentice Hall.

Home Browse Books Book details, NATO for a New Century: Atlanticism and European. It is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate students in international relations, American foreign policy, European studies, security and strategic studies. NATO for a New Century: Atlanticism and European Security.

Carl C. Hodge (e., Redefining European Security (New York: Garland, 1999). Carl Cavanagh Hodge, Atlanticism for a New Century: The Rise, Triumph, and Decline of NATO (Upper Saddle River: Pearson, 2005), p. 66;Google Scholar. 17. Shashi Tharoor, ‘The Changing Face of Peacekeeping’, in Barbara Benton (e., Soldiers for Peace: Fifty Years of United Nations Peacekeeping (New York: Facts on File, 1996), p. 210;Google Scholar.

NATO for a New Century by Carl C. Hodge, August 30, 2002 . Published August 30, 2002 by Praeger Publishers.

Atlanticism and European Security (Humanistic Perspectives on International Relations).

Atlanticism, also known as Transatlanticism, is the belief in or support for a close relationship between the United States and Canada, on one hand, and European countries on the other, regarding political, economic.

Atlanticism, also known as Transatlanticism, is the belief in or support for a close relationship between the United States and Canada, on one hand, and European countries on the other, regarding political, economic, and defence issues, in the belief that it would maintain the security and prosperity of the participating countries and protect the perceived values that unite them. The term derives from the Atlantic Ocean that separates North America from Europe.

NATO's military interventions in the Balkans have transformed the alliance. As the alliance goes East, its members are compelled to rethink NATO's, and each member nation's, military and political roles. Providing a well-rounded study of continuing change in the contemporary North Atlantic Treaty Organization, this book is constructed around eight essays by European security experts analyzing challenges confronting the Atlantic Alliance as a military alliance and as a collective security organization dealing simultaneously with deterrence, enlargement, and regional crisis intervention. It is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate students in international relations, American foreign policy, European studies, security and strategic studies.

The evidence is that NATO will undergo many more changes responding to actual and potential threats to Europe's peace. These range from a revival of the ethnic conflict in the former Yugoslavia to the proliferation and possible use of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. Also discussed is the matter of NATO's further enlargement and the question of whether this offers more or less security to the alliance membership, as are the emerging tensions between the EU and NATO security regimes.