A Bigger And Better Nato: Will Clinton's Plan Really Work?
In a landmark speech on Oct. 22 that ended a four-year-long debate among Western allies, President Clinton declared that NATO should admit new members by 1999. So when Western leaders hold a summit next summer, they're expected to invite the Czech Republic, Poland, and possibly Hungary to join the 16-nation NATO--and keep open the door for other countries.
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