Competing Security Visions for Europe

Weitz, Richard
February 2010
World Politics Review (19446284);2/16/2010, p2
The article focuses on the effect of the visit of group of experts assisting with the drafting of the new Strategic Concept of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to Russia on the divide between NATO and Russia on core European security issues. The purpose of the visit was to assure Russia about NATO and its activities. The visit follows the release of Russia's new military doctrine which characterizes the activities of NATO as threatening to Russia, adopted on February 5, 2010.


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