France in the New Europe
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The remarkable developments in Europe since late 1989--German unification, the collapse of comm Eastern Europe and the expectation of large-scale withdrawals of Soviet and American forces--have upset long assumptions of French security policy. Stable reference points have been displaced by new risks and uncertain preoccupations about the future of Russia, Germany and Europe's political order and institutions have be pressing and more acute.
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