EU, NATO and the Relationship Between Transformation and External Behavior in Post-socialist Eastern Europe: The Cases of the Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine
Nomos, 2002 - Duropean Union - 377 pages
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NATO Policy Towards SouthEastern Europe
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