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Why NATO Endures examines military alliances and their role in international relations. Wallace J. Thies argues that NATO marks an important departure from all pre-1939 alliances, whose members viewed their alliance partners with suspicion and rivalry. In contrast, NATO's democratic members have formed a mutually supportive alliance fostered by a need for one another's approval in conducting foreign policy, which allows NATO to endure.
Subject: Social Sciences -> Political Science -> International Relations & Foreign Policy