December 3, 2015

Central and Eastern Europe in Flux After Ukraine

The newest CEPA report, “Frontline Allies: War and Change in Central Europe,” describes how Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries find themselves in a fluid and diplomatically jittery landscape where NATO still reigns, but fears of Russia and doubts about Western reliability continue to grow.

The newest CEPA report, “Frontline Allies: War and Change in Central Europe,” describes how Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries find themselves in a fluid and diplomatically jittery landscape where NATO still reigns, but fears of Russia and doubts about Western reliability continue to grow.

The report was conducted as part of CEPA’s Strategic Assessment Group, which drew on senior experts from the United States and CEE allies. The group included both non-governmental analysts and officials from government and the military, consisting of such members as Edward Lucas, Marcin Zaborowski, Jiří Schneider, Pauli Järvenpää, Thomas Mahnken and Andrzej Dybczyński.
Pauli Järvenpää – “Is the Nordic-Baltic Region Defensible?“, pp. 43-56.
Read more: Center for European Policy Analysis Download the report: Frontline Allies: War And Change In Central Europe

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