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    Is NATO expansion to blame for Crimean crisis?

    1. dubna 2014  13:29
    The West's relations with Russia are at an historic low. This comes after years of NATO's enlargement policy in Eastern Europe. Should the military alliance have acted more cautiously?  

    Centrála NATO v Bruselu | foto: NATO

    Celý článek je dostupný na:

    Jan Fritsche / Is NATO expansion to blame for Crimean crisis? In: Deutsche Welle, 29.3. 2014.

    (http://www.dw.de/is-nato-expansion-to-blame-for-crimean-crisis/a-17527361)

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    The Future of NATO: First principles

    The Economist (United Kingdom)
    As Mr Putin made chillingly clear on March 18th in his announcement of the annexation of Crimea, it is willing to use military force in support of coercive diplomacy when it feels its interests are jeopardised. The events in Crimea are tragic for Ukraine, and it is deeply disturbing for central and eastern European countries with significant numbers of Russian-speakers that Mr Putin claims the right to intervene on their behalf whenever he chooses. But the crisis has breathed life into the Atlantic partnership.

    Celý článek je dostupný na:

    The future of NATO: First principles. In: The Economist, 25.3. 2014.

    (http://www.economist.com/blogs/newsbook/2014/03/future-nato)

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    10 ways the Ukraine crisis may change the world

    The Malay Mail Online (Malaysia)
    As Moscow and the West dig in for a prolonged stand-off over Russia's annexation of Crimea, risking spillover to other former Soviet republics and beyond, here are 10 ways in which the Ukraine crisis could change attitudes and policy around the world.

    Celý článek je dostupný na:

    10 ways the Ukraine crisis may change the world. In: The Malay Mail Online, 1.4. 2014.

    (http://www.themalaymailonline.com/world/article/ten-ways-the-ukraine-crisis-may-change-the-world)

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    Can Nato face up to Russia task?

    Jonathan Marcus, BBC (United Kingdom)
    Moscow has broken with a pattern of behaviour that has characterised diplomacy in Europe since the end of the Cold War and arguably one that has held sway in western Europe since the collapse of Nazi Germany. The idea that disputes will be settled by diplomacy rather than force; that the currency of power is increasingly economic might rather than military. Worse still, Mr Putin's Kremlin speech some 10 days ago signalled that this might not end here.

    Celý článek je dostupný na:

    Jonathan Marcus / Can Nato face up to Russia task? In: BBC, 1.4. 2014.

    (http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-26829147)

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    Jan Fritsche
    Deutsche Welle (Germany)

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