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Nastase, Cristiana Alexandra
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2015-05-29
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Is NATO enlargement in the Black Sea area feasible?
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masterThesis
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Study Case: UKRAINE & GEORGIA
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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2012
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Nastase Cristiana Alexandra ,2012 , Is NATO enlargement in the Black Sea area feasible? Study Case: UKRAINE & GEORGIA, Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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1. Prologue .………………...…………………………………………………….page 4 Chapter I Theoretical Framework 2. International relations theories………... …………………...............................page 5 3. Conceptualizing NATO enlargement: an integrated approach……………...…page 9 Chapter II The history and identity of NATO 4. NATO general overview………………………………………...…………...page 11 5. NATO during the Cold War…………………………………...……………..page 13 6. NATO after the Cold War…………………………………...……………….page 17 Chapter III NATO Enlargement 7. Historical Background……………………………………………………….page 23 8. Drivers of enlargement………………………………………………………page 30 9. NATO’s first enlargement round…………………...…………………….....page 32 10. NATO’s second enlargement round………………………………..………...page 35 Chapter IV Black Sea and NATO 1. Black Sea and NATO………………………………………………………..page 40 2. The Black Sea in the context of NATO enlargement…….……………..…...page 41 3. Wider Black Sea Area – Security issues and threats……….………….…....page 43 4. Significance of the Black Sea…………………….……………………….....page 44 5. NATO’s interest in the WBSA……………………….…………………..….page 45 Chapter V Perspectives on the enlargement 1. Russia’s perspective on the enlargement……………………………………page 52 2. Turkey’s perspective on the enlargement…………………………………...page 54 3. NATO Bucharest Summit 2008…………………………...………………..page 57 Chapter VI Study Case, Ukraine 1. Ukraine’s Political Situation…………………………..…………………...page 62 2. NATO and the Orange Revolution …………………………………………page 63 3. Opinion polls on NATO’s enlargement ………………...……………….....page 64 4. Ukraine’s latest status regarding the North Atlantic Alliance……...…….....page 66 5. Conclusions………………………………………………………………….page 73 Annex I Annex II Bibliography
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Karagiannis, As. Professor Emmanuel
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Karagiannis, As. Professor Emmanuel
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Stefanidis, Prof. Ioannis
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Raptopoulos, Lec. Nikolaos
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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