S. Hrg. 105-285: Debate on NATO Enlargement: Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate One Hundred Fifth Congress First Session, October 7, 9, 28, 30 and November 5, 1997   [open pdf - 3MB]

S. Hrg. 105-285: The purpose of this Senate hearing is to discuss the expansion of NATO to include Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Issues discussed include the of the cost of expansion to the U.S. and how NATO expansion will affect relations with Russia. Statements, witnesses and submissions: Madeleine Albright, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jonathon Dean, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Michael Mandelbaum, William Roth, Stephen Cambone, Marc Grossman, Franklin Kramer, Stephen Larrabee, John Micgiel, Ivan Eland, Stephen Hadley, Richard Kugler, Walter Slocombe, Henry Kissinger, Jack Matlock, William Odom, Thomas Pickering, Dimitri Simes, David Acheson, Charles Ciccolella, Robert Doubek, Herbert Harmon, David Harris, John Joyce, Adrian Karatnycky, Mati Koiva, Frank Koszorus, Edward Moskal, Jan Nowak, Daniel Plesch, Alvin Rubinstein, Jack Shanahan, Paula Stern, Russell Feingold, Joseph Biden, Barbara Larkin, Jesse Helms, Richard Lugar, Chuck Hagel, Gordon Smith, Craig Thomas, John Ashcroft, Rod Grams, Bill Frist, Paul Sarbanes, Charles Robb, Dianne Feinstein, and Paul Wellstone.

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