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Author Lété, Bruno, author

Title How Ukraine can open its door to NATO / Bruno Lété
Published Washington, DC : The German Marshall Fund of the United States, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (iv, 10 pages)
Contents Executive summary. -- Introduction. -- Strategic vulnerabilities in the NATO-Ukraine partnership before and beyond the Moscow Summit. -- Must-do's for Ukraine to strengthen its NATO partnership
Summary Ukraine's top priority needs to be its domestic policy. Success at home will determine the rest, including strengthening Ukraine's partnership with NATO. To make a case that Kyiv is a reliable partner of the Alliance, it must first start to modernize all fields of government, military, and the private sector. Ukraine must continue to demonstrate to NATO, and itself, that it can carry out reform and fight corruption. If it cannot, Allies' political willingness to invest in the NATO-Ukraine partnership will decline
Notes "June 2016."
"No. 129."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (GMF, viewed July 8, 2016)
Subject North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Relations -- Ukraine
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Political stability -- Ukraine
Political stability.
Politics and government.
Ukraine -- Politics and government -- 21st century
Form Electronic book
Author German Marshall Fund of the United States, publisher
NATO Information and Documentation Centre (Kiev)