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by Lawrence Kaplan


LAWRENCE S. KAPLAN is University Professor Emeritus of History and Director Emeritus of the Lyman L. Lemnitzer Center for NATO and European Union Studies at Kent State University. He is currently Adjunct Professor of History at Georgetown University. e He was formerly a member of the Historical Office, Office of the Secretary of Defense.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Long Entanglement: NATO's First Fifty Years. The Long Entanglement: NATO's First Fifty Years. By Lawrence S. Kaplan. The fiftieth anniversary of the long entanglement between the United States and NATO is an appropriate occasion to reflect. One of the few NATO studies to concentrate on the history of the alliance, particularly the relationship between its senior partner and its European allies, this study examines critical issues in depth to uncover the ability of the allies to surmount their internal divisions and to confront their Soviet adversary.

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The Long Entanglement : NATO's First Fifty Years The fiftieth anniversary of the long entanglement between the United States .

The Long Entanglement : NATO's First Fifty Years. One of the few NATO studies to concentrate on the history of the alliance, particularly the relationship between its senior partner and its European allies, this study examines critical issues in depth, to uncover the ability of the allies to surmount their internal divisions and to confront their Soviet adversary. The twelve chapters of this book, provide analyses of important issues in the organization's history, and are connected by brief contexual narratives.

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NATO : The First Five Years : 1949-1954 by Lord Ismay, which is in fact the first NATO handbook. On the relationship between NATO and the United States: The Long Entanglement : NATO's First Fifty Years, Lawrence S. Westport, CT : Praeger, 1999. Houndmills, UK : Palgrave, 2001.

The Long Entanglement: NATO's First Fifty Years. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1999. Wilmington, Del: SR Books, 1991. NATO and the United States: The Enduring Alliance. between the United States and NATO is an appropriate occasion to reflect the few NATO studies to concentrate on the history of the. continuing relevance of the organization in . The twelve chapters of this book. Internet Policy Handbook For Libraries (Neal Schuman Net Guide Series). with these and other difficult policy questions public Internet services.

Kaplan, Lawrence S. 262 pp. Kaplan, Lawrence S. NATO Divided, NATO United: The Evolution of an Alliance. 165 pp. Kaplan, Lawrence . ed. American Historians and the Atlantic Alliance. Kent State U. Press, 1991.

The fiftieth anniversary of the long entanglement between the United States and NATO is an appropriate occasion to reflect. One of the few NATO studies to concentrate on the history of the alliance, particularly the relationship between its senior partner and its European allies, this study examines critical issues in depth, to uncover the ability of the allies to surmount their internal divisions and to confront their Soviet adversary. While NATO archives are still not fully open, the use of declassified documents from the National Archives and the presidential libraries are of invaluable assistance in considering the historical role of America in the alliance, and the continuing relevance of the organization in U.S. foreign policy.

The twelve chapters of this book, provide analyses of important issues in the organization's history, and are connected by brief contexual narratives. The resulting picture depicts a fifty-year history in which the difficulties in arriving at a consensus among the fifteen allies, each understandably concerned with its own national interests, rival those of the alliance in dealing with the Communist threat. The implosion of the Soviet empire in the early 1990s left the organization in search of new reasons for its own existence. While centrifugal forces are arguably greater today than they were during the Cold War, none of the allies seeks to terminate this long entanglement.

The Long Entanglement: NATO's First Fifty Years ebook
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