NATO and EU enlargement has occurred without addressing some key institutional, capability, and cultural gap questions that have been hanging over the Euro-Atlantic organizations since the fall of communism.
To address the historic changes and challenges surrounding NATO enlargement and EU expansion, the East European Studies program, together with the Stanley Foundation, has organized a two-phased project titled "Enlarging the Euro-Atlantic Space: Problems and Prospects for Northeastern and Southeastern Europe."
In this Director's Forum sponsored by the Center's East European Studies program, Prime Minister of Croatia Ivica Racan describes the current situation in Croaia, his government's recent achievements, and future goals.
Wilson Center Fellow Makes Important Contribution to Contemporary Debate on Humanitarian InterventionOct 01, 2001
A Transcription of the Gradanske Inicijative Press Release issued on September 6, 1999