Proposes developing a community with a shared strategy to resolve disputes by diplomatic, legal, or other nonviolent means as a way to ensure military, human, and economic security. Also calls for demilitarizing U.S.-NATO-Russian relations.
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Title: Toward a Euro-Atlantic Security Community
Publication date 2012-02-03
Publication Year 2012
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
, Nordic Association of African Studies
, security community
, CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT
, atlantic region
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