East Central Europe after the Warsaw Pact: Security Dilemmas in the 1990s

East Central Europe after the Warsaw Pact: Security Dilemmas in the 1990s

East Central Europe after the Warsaw Pact: Security Dilemmas in the 1990s

East Central Europe after the Warsaw Pact: Security Dilemmas in the 1990s

Synopsis

Michta reviews the security policies of Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary following the collapse of communism in East Central Europe. He focuses on the threats of regional instability, the advent of military reform programs in these countries, and the nature of their foreign policy vis-a-vis the Soviet Union and the West. By concentrating on the security of a region that is moving rapidly to rejoin the West, Michta provides new insights on the area likely to become an eastern periphery of a new Europe, and he suggests the challenges which are likely to threaten regional security for the remainder of the decade.
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