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Striving for Military Stability in Europe

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Overview

This new book traces the changing relationship between Russia and NATO through the prism of conventional arms control, focusing on the negotiation, implementation and adaptation of the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Treaty.

The author shows that arms control agreements reflect relations between parties and how the CFE Treaty codified parity between NATO and the Soviet-led Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO) in November 1990. Although still widely viewed in the West as the cornerstone of security and stability in post-Cold War Europe, from the Russian perspective the treaty was soon overtaken by events. With the collapse of the WTO and the Soviet Union in 1991, it became impossible to talk of a military balance between East and West in Europe, especially as all the former WTO states opted for membership in NATO. This study details how the other state parties worked hard to adjust and adapt the treaty to meet Russian concerns about its new weakness relative to NATO, and the issues that complicated Russian acceptance of CFE limits.

This book will be of great interest to all students of NATO, European politics, international relations and strategic studies in general.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415354592
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/1/2006
  • Series: Contemporary Security Studies Series
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Jane M.O.Sharp is a political scientist educated at the Universities of Nottingham, UK, and Geneva, Switzerland. She is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Defence Studies, Kings College London. She was formerly a Senior Researcher and Project Leader at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and Director of the Defence and Security Programme at IPPR. She has also held research and teaching fellowships at Harvard and Cornell Universities in the United States. Her publications include: Europe After an American Withdrawal, OUP, 1990; About Turn: Forward March with Europe, Rivers Oram Press, 1997; and Honest Broker or Perfidious Albion? British Policy in Former Yugoslavia, IPPR, 1997; "The Dayton Report card" International Security, Winter 1997-1998.
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Table of Contents

Preface Acknowledgements Acronyms Part I. Background to the formal CFE negotiation 1. Arms Control as a Barometer of European Politics 2. Negotiating the CFE mandate Part II. Negotiating the treaty and assessing its impact 3. Formal Negotiations: March 1989 – November 1990 4. German Singularity, Nuclear Modernisation and the CFE–1A Agreement on Personnel Part III. Ratification problems 5. Resolving the Discrepancies in Soviet Data, 1990–91 6. The Dissolution of the USSR, 1991–92 Part IV. Implementation 7. Implementation of the CFE Treaty: The Cup Half Full 8. Implementation: the cup half empty—non-compliance
with Article V Part V. The need for treaty revisions 9. Treaty revisions and NATO enlargement: the Flank Agreement 10. Adapting the CFE Treaty to post-cold war Europe, 1997-1999 11. Whither the Adapted CFE Treaty under President Putin? 12. Conclusion Appendices Index

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