Europe in Transition: The Management of Security After the Cold War

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This volume draws together and analyzes the changing conditions in Europe since the momentous events of 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell and a historic wave of change gathered force in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. 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 insights on 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. These studies address the immensely topical subjects of the future of the economic community, the use or misuse of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, and the possibilities for war and for peace in our time. Part I provides an overview of the new Europe. This volume will be useful to students of European politics and security and to students and specialists concerned with the future of Europe.