1 November 2002 Ronald D. Asmus was one of the first advocates of NATO enlargement in the early 1990s and later served as the top aide to Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Deputy Secretary Strobe Talbott, charged with implementing NATO´s expansion. Asmus was involved in the key negotiations that led to NATO´s decision to […]

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