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NATO-Russia Relations in the Twenty-First Century
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INTRODUCTION: Thinking About Security and Democracy - Aurel Braun

SECTION I

Chapter 1. Electing to Fight: Emerging Democracies and International Instability - Edward Mansfield and Jack Snyder

Chapter 2. Post-Postcommunist Russia, the International Environment and NATO - Timothy J. Colton

Chapter 3. Russia, NATO Enlargement, and the Strengthening of Democracy

in the European Space - S. Neil MacFarlane

SECTION II

Chapter 4. Enlargement and the Perils of Containment - Aurel Braun

Chapter 5. NATO Beyond Russia - Stanley R. Sloan

Chapter 6. Russia and NATO Enlargement - Jeffrey Simon

SECTION III

Chapter 7. NATO, the European Union, Russia and the Fight Against Terrorism - Peter R. Neumann

Chapter 8. Can Russia be a Partner for NATO in the Middle East? - Robert O. Freedman

Chapter 9. Is East-West Integration Possible? - Stephen J. Blank

Conclusion: Tendencies and Prospects for Security and Democracy - Aurel Braun

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About the Author

Aurel Braun is Professor of International Relations and Political Science at the University of Toronto. He has published extensively on communist affairs and strategic studies with a special focus on the problems of the transformation of the socialist systems in the former Soviet Union and in Eastern Europe. He is also a specialist in international law. He is the author and/or editor of several books, including Dilemmas of Transition; and The Extreme Right: Freedom and Security At Risk.

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