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    Emerging Opportunities for Engagement on NATO's Northeastern Flank

    Will renewed tension between NATO and Russia prevent key U.S. allies and partners in Europe from being able to contribute to U.S. regional defense objectives? What can the U.S. do to strengthen its European partnerships?

    Jun 20, 2017

  • An A-10C Thunderbolt II flies near a KC-135 Stratotanker after departing from Amari Air Base, Estonia, during an exercise with the Estonian Air Force and Maryland Air National Guard, June 3, 2013

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    Opportunities for Enhanced Partnering on NATO's Northeastern Flank

    U.S. defense engagement priorities in Europe are shifting in the face of Russian aggression. By engaging strategically on NATO's northeastern flank, the United States can strengthen deterrence while minimizing inadvertent escalation.

    Jul 7, 2016

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    Journal Article

    Sizing National Heroin Markets in the EU: Insights from Self-Reported Expenditures in the Czech Republic and England

    This report uses data about PHUs and estimates of weekly heroin expenditures in the Czech Republic and England to calculate the size and the volume of the market for these two countries.

    Jan 1, 2013

  • Commentary

    Commentary

    Biden's Task in Eastern Europe: Reassurance

    Vice President Joseph Biden's trip to eastern Europe this week provides an important opportunity to reassure Poland, the Czech Republic, and Romania that the U.S. is committed to their security. This reassurance is needed, especially in the wake of the decision to cancel the deployment of missile defense installations in the region, write F. Stephen Larrabee and Christopher S. Chivvis.

    Oct 20, 2009

  • Commentary

    Commentary

    The Right Move in Europe: Improved Opportunities with NATO, Russia

    Obama's decision to alter course on missile defense was the right choice. Those who call it a capitulation to Russia are wrong, and it plays into Russia's hands to portray the decision in that manner. But the change of course will have to be complemented with more appropriate initiatives, writes Christopher S. Chivvis.

    Sep 22, 2009

  • Commentary

    Commentary

    Real Threats, Real Fears, Real Defenses

    Critics of the Bush administration missile defense plans for Central Europe have charged that the U.S. would be deploying defenses that did not work against a threat that did not exist. It would also defend countries not threatened by Iran, while leaving Iran's more likely victims entirely uncovered, writes James Dobbins.

    Sep 21, 2009

  • Journal Article

    Journal Article

    The Czech Republic: A Small Contributor or a Free Rider?

    Strengths and liabilities that accompany the 1999 addition of the Czech Republic to the ranks of the 16-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

    Dec 31, 1998

  • Journal Article

    Journal Article

    Civil-military Relations in the Czech and Slovak Republics

    The Czech case represents a situation in which the military retains only a minor role in domestic politics.

    Dec 31, 1997

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    Journal Article

    Who Has Gotten Ahead After the Fall of Communism?

    In the Czech Republic, the former "nomenklatura cadres" are able to maintain their advantageous positions in the income hierarchy, mainly because they possess "human capital" and can effectively convert "social capital," accumulated during the communist regime, into economic capital.

    Jan 1, 1995