Associate Professor Benjamin Zyla has published the book “Peacebuilding at Home, NATO and its 'new' Member States after Crimea”

Posted on Thursday, July 19, 2018

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Associate Professor Benjamin Zyla has edited the book “Peacebuilding at Home, NATO and its 'new' Member States after Crimea”, alongside Arnold H. Kammel published by Nomos.

NATO enlargement has been discussed extensively in the literature, including what the new members would bring to the alliance, how much enlargement would cost the allies, as well as the economic, political, and societal benefits that came with the enlargement process. What was often missing from that discussion, especially in more recent years, was a voice from Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe itself. The book offers an understanding and assessment of how important the NATO is for the ‘new’ member states, and why this is so.

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