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This text is an examination of the evolution of the national security policies of the countries of East-Central Europe - Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary - since the East European revolutions of 1989. It also analyzes the Visegrad group regional co-operation process between the East-Central European states, their relations with the main European security institutions (the European Union, NATO and the conference on security and co-operation in Europe) and their position in the European security order of the 1990s.
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Andrew Cotter (born 20 July 1973) is a Scottish sports broadcaster working primarily for the BBC, covering mainly golf and rugby, but also tennis, athletics and The Boat Race.
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