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NATO Expansion
1995 US Executive Branch Documents

  • INTERVENTION BY SECRETARY OF STATE WARREN CHRISTOPHER AT THE NORTH ATLANTIC COUNCIL Brussels, Belgium December 5, 1995
  • Fact Sheet:: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Bureau of Public Affairs 95/11/22
  • NATO Beyond 2000 Ambassador Robert E. Hunter United States Mission to NATO "Let us be clear: NATO has already expanded. It did so when we created NACC, when we created Partnership for Peace, and when we committed to take in new members. We are talking now about how to achieve this particular commitment, not about whether to do it." XIIth NATO Workshop On Political-Military Decision Making Dresden, Germany 18-22 June 1995
  • United States Security Strategy for Europe and NATO(Washington, D.C.: Office of International Security Affairs, June 1995). One of several regional security reviews consistent with President Cinton's "Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement." It provides a regional look at America's interests in the region and thechallenges and opportunities confronting those interests.
  • STATEMENT BY SECRETARY OF STATE WARREN CHRISTOPHER AT THE NORTH ATLANTIC COUNCIL MEETING WITH RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER KOZYREV Huis ter Duin Noordwijk, The Netherlands May 31, 1995
  • STATEMENT BY SECRETARY OF STATE WARREN CHRISTOPHER ON THE PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE AT THE NORTH ATLANTIC COOPERATION COUNCIL MINISTERIAL MEETING Huis ter Duin Noordwijk, The Netherlands May 31, 1995
  • PRESS CONFERENCE WITH SECRETARY OF STATE WARREN CHRISTOPHER FOLLOWING THE NAC MINISTERIAL Hotel Boulevard Noordwijk, The Netherlands May 30, 1995
  • INTERVENTION AT THE NORTH ATLANTIC COUNCIL MINISTERIAL MEETING SECRETARY OF STATE WARREN CHRISTOPHER Noordwijk, The Netherlands May 30, 1995
  • Fact Sheet:: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Bureau of Public Affairs 95/05/19
  • Fact Sheet: NATO Partnership for Peace U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Bureau of Public Affairs 95/05/19


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