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"This is a timely and insightful book....[s]uccintly and chronologically presents key events in alliance history, with roughly decade-long periodization, from NATO's 1949 founding through its 2004 expansion to twenty-six nations....[t]his book is exceptional for its clarity, purpose, and scope. It is higly recommended to international scholars, diplomats, and military professionals."-The Journal of Military History

"[A] sure grasp of the history of NATO and especially of the forces that made it arguably the most succesful alliance ever created. His judgements are always fair and balanced, making the book a good counterpoint to the shrill and even hysterical claims about the alliance's failing health that are the province of so many other writers."-Perspectives on Political Science

"ÝA¨ sure grasp of the history of NATO and especially of the forces that made it arguably the most succesful alliance ever created. His judgements are always fair and balanced, making the book a good counterpoint to the shrill and even hysterical claims about the alliance's failing health that are the province of so many other writers."-Perspectives on Political Science

"This is a timely and insightful book....Ýs¨uccintly and chronologically presents key events in alliance history, with roughly decade-long periodization, from NATO's 1949 founding through its 2004 expansion to twenty-six nations....Ýt¨his book is exceptional for its clarity, purpose, and scope. It is higly recommended to international scholars, diplomats, and military professionals."-The Journal of Military History

?[A] sure grasp of the history of NATO and especially of the forces that made it arguably the most succesful alliance ever created. His judgements are always fair and balanced, making the book a good counterpoint to the shrill and even hysterical claims about the alliance's failing health that are the province of so many other writers.?-Perspectives on Political Science

?This is a timely and insightful book....[s]uccintly and chronologically presents key events in alliance history, with roughly decade-long periodization, from NATO's 1949 founding through its 2004 expansion to twenty-six nations....[t]his book is exceptional for its clarity, purpose, and scope. It is higly recommended to international scholars, diplomats, and military professionals.?-The Journal of Military History

About the Author

LAWRENCE S. KAPLAN is Emeritus University Professor of History and Director Emeritus of the Lyman L. Lemnitzer Center for NATO and European Union Studies at Kent State University. He is currently Adjunct Professor of History at Georgetown University.

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