NATO in the 1990s.
Pergamon-Brassey’s International Defense Publishers, McLean (Virginia, USA) 1989, 8vo, orig. bind med omslag, xiii + 347 s., engelsk tekst, stempel på forsatsbladet, prislapp på bakomslaget.
«In sum, NATO’s out-of-area problem will likely grow in importance. No simple answer is possible. Certainly, it does not lie in reducing transatlantic ties and mutual obligations. An answer lies primarily in each ally’s understanding that nothing out of area has yet been proved to be so important as to warrant taking military or political risks that could jeopardize core elements of alliance. If that lesson is learned thoroughly, then bargaining can take place about individual developments in a way that is consistent with NATO’s essential purposes.»