Romanian Military Reform and NATO Integration

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Larry Watts
Center for Romanian Studies, 2002 - History - 228 pages
This book provides a basis for comparative evaluation of Romania's military reform efforts, especially in comparison with the new NATO alliance members, and highlights the progress made since the first round of NATO enlargements took place in 1997. Among the issues discussed are defense planning, civilian defense management, force planning and restructuring, budgetary resources, constitutional and legal problems associated with reform, national security and defense strategies, and actual interoperable military contributions and performance in addressing the terrorist threat, especially in light of the events of September 11. The contributors are all civilian and military specialists directly involved in the problems of military reform and NATO integration. The editor, Larry L. Watts, is a noted specialist on civil-military relations and a leading American expert on contemporary Romania.

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Contents

The Convergence of Reform
9
NATOs Partnership for Peace and Membership Action Plan
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loan Mircea Pascu Managing the BigIssues
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