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Introduction In my essay I will discuss the objections to and advantages of NATO-membership for Central and Eastern European countries First I will give you a short historical profile of the post cold-war era In 1990 the Cold War officially ended The two military alliances NATO and the Warsaw Pact signed a treaty that stated they were no longer each others enemies and that they will advocate peace and stability in Europe and the world One year later the Warsaw Pact collapsed This left a vacuum east of the NATO border The natural reaction in the East was to ask for admission to NATO Admission from Eastern European countries to NATO however brings many difficulties NATO does not want to upset Russia by expanding NATO to her former borders and eventually cannot prevent the admission of these countries to the Atlantic Alliance Not all Eastern European countries are at the same level of economic military and democratic development The four countries expected to join NATO first are Poland Hungary the Czech Republic and Slovakia A good relationship with Russia is essential for the NATO countries Russia does not see NATO as its potential adversary but Russia is looking for a new role keeping the status quo or returning to a system of spheres of influence Germany after unification plays an important role in Central and Eastern Europe Germanys foreign policy towards these countries Ostpolitik is discussed in chapter 5 In the end I will give a personal conclusion on the next thesis which will be the guideline to this essay Yes NATO should allow Central and Eastern European states to become NATO-members Contents ChTitlepageSource 0Introduction 1Practical Objections to admission Eastern European countries 2The Visegrad Four Cz Svk H Pl 3Russias discontent to admission Eastern European countries 4The Partnership
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