NATO, Neutrality and National Identity. The case of Austria and Hungary. by Andras Kovacs
English | Apr. 1, 2003 | ISBN: 3205770757 | 498 Pages | PDF | 45 MB
When the cold war was over, a vehement discussion of the new alternatives in security policy started in almost all former Warsaw-Pact States and in the neutral and nonaligned nations, Austria and Hungary among the latter. These nations' entry into the NATO has been the pivotal question. These discussions were the subject of comparative research that was done in Hungary and Austria.