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Nordic Way: A Path to Baltic Equilibrium
Edward L. Killham (a.); Max M. Kampelman (foreword). This analysis of the delicate Nordic Balance & the role it has played in recent history is an excellent introduction to the study of Soviet policy in Scandinavia. It focuses on the history of mutual entanglement among the Slavs, Germans, & Nordic peoples in peace as well as in war. The “Nordic Balance” meant that the NATO membership of Norway, Denmark, & Iceland was balanced by Finland’s security relationship with Russia, while Sweden’s armed neutrality acted as a buffer between the Eastern & Western spheres of influence. The concept embodied a tacit recognition by all parties that this balance was stable & that any attempt to tilt it would meet a corresponding reaction from the other side.
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