Visegrad Countries in an Enlarged Trans-Atlantic Community

Štastný Marek

Brusis Martin, Drulák Petr, Giusti Serena, Gyárfášová Oľga, Hauser Gunther, Khol Radek, Lukáč Pavol, Réti Tamás, Valášek Tomáš

IVO, Bratislava, 11_2002


This publication examines the position of the Visegrad countries in a rapidly evolving international environment. It provides a theoretical framework for how the member countries can co-exist. Furthermore, it examines their current and future positions with regards to both EU and NATO integration. It explores the pivotal issues surrounding the trans-Atlantic relationship, and the westward orientation of Central European countries. It is intended for experts and interested readers of the general public alike.

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 Number of pages   221
 Format   paperback
 ISBN   80-88935-38-5

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