NATO Enlargement—Was There a Promise?

@article{Kramer2017NATOET,
  title={NATO Enlargement—Was There a Promise?},
  author={Mark Kramer and Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson},
  journal={International Security},
  year={2017},
  volume={42},
  pages={186-192}
}
Joshua Shifrinson’s article “Deal or No Deal?” presents a oawed account of the negotiations in 1990 that led to the reuniacation of Germany.1 His observations at the end of the piece about Russian foreign policy under Vladimir Putin overlook the continuity of Russian policy toward neighboring countries since 1992, long before Putin came to power.2 In an article published in April 2009, I set out to determine whether it was true that, at some point during the 1990 negotiations on Germany, Soviet… Expand
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