A New Euro-Atlantic Strategy for the Black Sea Region
It addresses a key strategic question facing the Euro- Atlantic community today: should the United States and Europe embrace the goal of anchoring the countries of the broader Black Sea region in the Euro-Atlantic community? The authors of the essays contained in these pages argue that they should. They challenge us to go beyond those voices, which currently insist that Europe's unification is complete and that the enlargement of NATO and the EU must be put on hold. They challenge us to think - once again - in a big and bold fashion about adopting and pursuing policies that can change the map of Europe.