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NATO's Durability in a Post-Cold War World
NATO's Durability in a Post-Cold War World
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Joe Burton - Author
SUNY series, James N. Rosenau series in Global Politics
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Hardcover - 294 pages
Release Date: March 2018
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ISBN13: 978-1-4384-6873-0

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Release Date: January 2019
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ISBN13: 978-1-4384-6872-3

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Examines how NATO has adapted and endured after the end of the Cold War, transforming itself to deal with a host of new security challenges.

Why is it that despite the end of the Cold War and the almost constant controversies surrounding the alliance’s role in the world, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is still a prominent and vital player in international security? Joe Burton provides an in-depth analysis of NATO’s changing role in the post–Cold War era and its ability to survive, adapt, and meet the needs of its members in an increasingly turbulent, globalized security environment. He offers a historically and theoretically informed account of NATO that isolates the core dynamics that have held the alliance together in troubled times. In particular, he examines a series of processes and events—from the 1990 Gulf War to the rise of the Islamic State—that help explain NATO’s continuing relevance.

“This book does an excellent job of chronicling key events that have led to NATO’s ongoing presence in international relations as a key provider of global security.” — Ryan C. Hendrickson, author of Diplomacy and War at NATO: The Secretary General and Military Action after the Cold War

Joe Burton is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Waikato in New Zealand and the coeditor (with James Headley and Andreas Reitzig) of Public Participation in Foreign Policy.


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction: Explaining NATO’s Durability

1. The Post–Cold War Environment and NATO Enlargement

2. Learning from Bosnia and Kosovo

3. 9/11 and the Transatlantic Rift

4. NATO’s War on Terror in Afghanistan

5. Libya, Ukraine, and the Rise of isis

Conclusion: NATO’s Durability in a Post–Cold War World
Appendix: A Brief Note on Methodology and Theory
Notes
Bibliography
Index


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