The Dawn of Peace in Europe is the first book-length argument against NATO expansion. In the following excerpt, Mandelbaum develops the thesis that if NATO expands, Eastern Europe will be less, not more secure. A defensive Russia, feeling itself cornered, will be more of a threat than a Russia joined to the West in arms-control […]

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