XIIth NATO Workshop
On Political-Military Decision Making
Dresden, Germany 18-22 June 1995
Stability, Democracy, & Peace
Through Cooperation:
The New NATO
General George A. Joulwan &
Roger Weissinger-Baylon (editors)
Welcoming Remarks
Preface to Stability, Democracy, & Peace Through Cooperation: The New NATO
Part One 
Part Five 
NATO Secretary General Willy Claes 
NATO and European Security
Lieutenant General Malcolm R. O'Neill 
Challenges of Counter-Proliferation for the New NATO
General Minister of Defense Volker Rühe 
The Future of NATO and Euro-Atlantic Relations
Italian Undersecretary of Defense Professor Stefano Silvestri 
Special Challenges to the New NATO
German Chief of Defense General Klaus Naumann 
The Transformation of NATO and the Shaping of European Security
Sergio Vieira de Mello,United Nations High Commission for Refugees 
Toward Cooperation Between Humanitarian Aid and Military Forces
SACEUR General George A. Joulwan 
The New NATO-Building Stability, Democracy,and Peace Through Cooperation
Derek Boothby,United Nations Department of Political Affairs 
NATO and the United Nations
Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Johns KCB CBE LVO 
Adapting NATO's Military Structure to Meet Tomorrow's Missions
Ambassador Dr. Istvan Gyarmati, Hungarian Foreign Ministry 
OSCE as a European Umbrella
General Helge Hansen 
Training and Exercises for Parternership for Peace
Part Six 
Admiral Leighton W. Smith, Commander-in-Chief Allied Forces Southern Europe 
Muddy Boots Planning for Crisis Management
Dr. Wolfgang Piller, Daimler-Benz Aerospace AG 
European Prerequisites for Transatlantic Cooperation
Part Two 
Ambassador Robert E. Hunter,United States Mission to NATO 
NATO Beyond 2000
Estonian Prime Minister Tiit Vähi 
Shaping Post-Cold War Structures: An Estonian View
Latvian Vice Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Dr. Valdis Birkavs 
Cooperation in the Northern Region and the Baltics
Participants at NATO '95 Workshop 
Lithuanian Minister of Defense Linas Linkevicius 
Partership for Peace in the Baltic Region
Agenda of NATO '95 Workshop
Part Three 
Sponsors & Contributors of NATO '95 Workshop
Major General Kenneth Hagemann, Director of the Defense Nuclear Agency 
Hungarian and Slovak Views On Partnership for Peace 
Related Publications
Hungarian State Secretary Dr. Ferenc Somogyi 
NATO's Enlargement and Partership for Peace: A Hungarian Perspective
Please send questions, comments, and suggestions to Roger Weissinger-Baylon at roger@csdr.org
Slovak Foreign Minister Juraj Schenk 
Partership for Peace: A Slovak View 
Part Four 
Polish Minister of Defense Zbigniew Okonski 
Partership for Peace: An Essential Element of the European Security System
Romanian Minister of State and Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu 
Partership for Peace: A Romanian Point of View
Czech First Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexandr Vondra 
The New NATO: Why and How? A Czech View
Ukrainian First Vice Foreign Minister Boris Tarasyuk 
Ukraine's View on European Security Issues
François Heisbourg, Vice President of Matra Defense Espace 
Russian and NATO
Russian Vice Foreign Minister Nikolai Afanassievsky 
Building European Security Globally

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