This volume draws together and analyzes the changing conditions in Europe since the momentous events of 1989 and 1990. The dissolution of the Warsaw Pact, the attempted coup d'etat against Gorbachev, and violence in Yugoslavia are only a few of the events that have shaken the foundations of European and international affairs. The studies included provide insight into the most important aspects of European security, including military, economic, and political issues and also assess both North American and European perspectives about contemporary events and future scenarios.
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