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Not whether but when - the U.S. decision to enlarge NATO
James M. Goldgeier
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Brookings Institution Press
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How did Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic become the newest members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization? Based on interviews conducted with more than 75 individuals from Cabinet officials to desk officers James M. Goldgeier tells the inside story of this controversial Clinton administration initiative.

Analyzing the earliest internal deliberations, as well as administration discussions with allies, the Russians, and the United States Senate, Goldgeier demonstrates how a handful of committed policymakers outmaneuvered overwhelming bureaucratic opposition. He shows the role of domestic politics in shaping the evolution of this policy and dissects the national campaign waged by the administration's specially created NATO enlargement ratification office and its outside supporters.

Weaving together insights about bureaucratic politics, policy entrepreneurship, and domestic politics, this book provides fresh insights into the American foreign policymaking process.

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James M. Goldgeier is director of the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA, where he is associate professor of political science and international affairs. He is also an adjunct senior fellow in Europe studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Keyword Index
United States - Foreign relations - 1993- - Decision making.
Country of Publication
District of Columbia
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