Why, even before the creation of the Russia-NATO council, had Russia not been vociferous in its opposition to NATO’s next round of enlargement? This article is reprinted courtesy of the by Dmitri Trenin MOSCOW–What a difference five years make. When NATO debated enlargement in the 1990s, the move was both ground-breaking and controversial. On the […]

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