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NATO ENLARGEMENT 
 In the U.S. National Interest
 
 
 
What's It All
About?

The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland are joining NATO

Read about
these countries'
successes in
meeting NATO
standards
 

Other countries
may be invited to join later on. Read more about the enlargement and ratification processes.

Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland Join NATO

Secretary Albright To Receive Instruments of Accession

Senate advice and consent on NATO accession protocols
(4/30/98)

 Four Reasons why NATO Enlargement is in the U.S. National Interest:
  • Enlarging NATO will make it stronger;
  • Will secure the democratic gains in Eastern Europe;
  • Will foster regional stability;
  • Will erase Stalin's artificial dividing lines.
Many U.S. Groups from across the political spectrum endorse NATO Enlargement

Check out
who they are
 

 
Publication on NATO Enlargement
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