A Recast Partnership?: institutional Dimensions of Transatlantic Relations
Forty years ago, at the peak of the Cold War, Henry Kissinger noted the "troubled" state of the transatlantic partnership, which he called "the most constructive American foreign policy since the end of World War II." A few years later, Kissinger called for new initiatives--"a fresh act of creation"--that would respond to "new problems and new opportunities" in ways equal to those undertaken by the postwar generation of leaders of Europe and America after 1945. The essays in this new CSIS volume do just that. Each of the authors--leading authorities on the Euro-Atlantic community--assesses the current state of transatlantic relations, questions where we are heading, and reflects on how best to proceed… [From Amazon.com]
Washington D. C.
North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO), European Union, United States, Foreign relations
Serfaty, Simon (Editor), "A Recast Partnership?: institutional Dimensions of Transatlantic Relations" (2008). Political Science & Geography Faculty Books. 28.