SECURITY FOR A NEW EUROPE: THE VIENNA NEGOTIATIONS ON CONFIDENCE- AND SECURITY-BUILDING MEASURES 1989-90, AND BEYOND.

By: Borawski, John.

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235 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). "While the 'traditional' threat of East-West military confrontation appears much reduced, events in Yugoslavia have removed any complacency about the stability of the new Europe unfolding around us. New threats - territorial quarrels, nationalism, and the demise of the Soviet Union as a unitary state - require a radically new approach to European security. The creation of an effective security system will be highly dependent on the trust and co-operation between the former Warsaw Treaty Organisation countries and their new-found NATO allies. As their title suggests, the Vienna Negotiations on Confidence- and Security-Building Measures aimed to do exactly this, by fostering greater openness about military organisation and activity. John Borawski's history of the negotiations provides a detailed analysis of the issues involved, indicating the likely direction of future talks following the watershed March-July 1992 CSCE follow-up meeting in Helsinki, and highlighting their extreme relevance to the problems confronting European policy-makers today. As they continue to seek an alternative to the limited, hardware-based negotiations of the past, 'Security for a New Europe' grows in importance as a source of ideas for problems old and new." Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling, light rubbing.

Title: SECURITY FOR A NEW EUROPE: THE VIENNA NEGOTIATIONS ON CONFIDENCE- AND SECURITY-BUILDING MEASURES 1989-90, AND BEYOND.

Author Name: Borawski, John.

Categories: Military - General, Military - Post WWII,

Edition: First English Edition

Publisher: London, Brassey's (UK): 1992

ISBN Number: 1857530403

ISBN Number 13: 9781857530407

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 14265

Keywords: Europe, European, Security, Soviet Union, Politics, Cold War, Yugoslavia, Stockholm, Vienna Document, Demilitarization, George Bush, James Baker, Mikhail Gorbachev, Oleg Grinevsky, NATO, Gunter Joetze, John Maresca, Unusual Military Activity, UMA, Charter of Paris for a New Europe, Institutionalization, Madrid Mandate, Naval Arms Control, North Atlantic Assembly, NATO, Pertti Torstila.,