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The Kosovo Crisis and the Evolution of a Post-Cold War European SecurityThe Evolution of Post Cold War European Security$
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Martin A. Smith and Paul Latawski

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780719059797

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719059797.001.0001

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Kosovo and NATO’s post-Cold War adaptation

Kosovo and NATO’s post-Cold War adaptation

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The Kosovo Crisis and the Evolution of a Post-Cold War European Security
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Paul Latawski

Martin A. Smith

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719059797.003.0002

Since the end of the Cold War, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) has been significantly reoriented and retooled across the board. This process of change has been captured under two main labels. Internal adaptation is NATO-speak for looking at how the institution works, and whether it can be made to work better and more effectively. The process has embraced the possibility of creating procedures and structures whereby European member states might undertake military operations without the frontline participation of United States forces. This chapter considers the effectiveness of NATO's integrated military command and planning structures. It examines their performance during Operation Allied Force. The external adaptation of NATO is a term that refers, fairly obviously, to the evolution of relations between NATO and its members, and non-member states in Europe. The most important and controversial element of the external adaptation has been the NATO enlargement process. Other elements include ‘outreach’ programmes such as Partnership for Peace. This chapter looks at the impact of the Kosovo crisis on NATO's external adaptation, with particular reference to its implications for enlargement.

Keywords:   North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, internal adaptation, external adaptation, military command, Operation Allied Force, Europe, Partnership for Peace, enlargement, Kosovo crisis

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