An expanded Europe that breaks the artificial confines established after World War II is now a possibility. But as former U.S. National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski notes in this address, delivered to the International Conference on the Balkans in Sofia in early April, questions of Russian identity, Balkan stability, and the role of NATO must be answered before a cohesive and cooperative new Europe can be built

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