Poland, the Czech Republic and NATO in Fragile Security Contexts
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The objective of this project was to examine the fragile security contexts in East-Central Europe as they have evolved over the past years and to assess the implications of the NATO Warsaw Summit for improving Poland’s and the Czech Republic’s resilience to the mounting risks and threats to their safety and security. Understandably, the developments on NATO’s eastern and southern flanks triggered a lively debate on their likely implications for East-Central Europe. This report inserts itself in this debate by focusing explicitly on the cases of Poland and the Czech Republic to assess the status quo and produce policy recommendations.
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