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Title Strategic challenges in the Baltic Sea region : Russia, deterrence, and reassurance / Ann-Sofie Dahl, editor ; foreword by Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Published Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 171 pages)
Contents The west, Russia and Baltic Sea security -- Still the indispensable power : the US and Baltic Sea security / Robert J. Lieber -- Russia and Baltic Sea security : a background / Gudrun Persson -- NATO's role in Baltic Sea security : re-establishing deterrence, projecting stability / Jamie Shea -- The west and Russia : another front in the new cold war? / Christopher Coker -- NATO allies and Baltic Sea security -- Are the Baltic States next? Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania / Andres Kasekamp -- Deterring Russia : an A2/AD strategy in the Baltic Sea / Mikkel Vedby Rasmussen -- Russia as a challenge in the Baltic Sea region : a view from Warsaw / Justyna Gotkowska -- Germany : the silent Baltic country / Claudia Major and Alicia von Voss -- Norwegian perspectives on Baltic Sea security -- Håkon Lunde Saxi -- NATO's Nordic partners -- The strategic role of Gotland / Johan Raeder -- Sweden and Finland : partnership in lieu of NATO membership / Ann-Sofie Dahl -- Finland and NATO's renewed focus on collective defense / Karoliina Honkanen
Summary This book is about security challenges in the Baltic Sea region caused by Russia's resurgence. NATO and neutral states in the region are now concerned about an external threat for the first time since the demise of the Soviet Union. Russia has been probing air space, maritime boundaries, and even land borders from the Baltic republics to Sweden; the example of Russia's undermining of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea worries former Soviet republics with Russian minority populations; neutral Sweden and Finland may consider joining NATO; and the Trump presidency has created some doubt about America's willingness to follow through on NATO's collective defense commitment. This volume brings together an international group of contributors to examine Baltic security issues on a state-by-state basis and to contemplate what is needed to deter Russia in the region
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 18, 2018)
Subject North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Baltic States
North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Scandinavia
North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- United States
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
HISTORY -- Military -- Other.
International relations.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Security (National & International)
Strategic aspects of individual places.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Military Science.
Baltic Sea Region -- Relations -- Russia (Federation)
Europe, Northern -- Strategic aspects
Russia (Federation) -- Relations -- Baltic Sea Region
Scandinavia -- Strategic aspects
Baltic States.
Europe -- Baltic Sea Region.
Europe, Northern.
Russia (Federation)
Scandinavia.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Dahl, Ann-Sofie, editor
ISBN 1626165726 (electronic bk.)
9781626165724 (electronic bk.)