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America and Europe: Is the Break Inevitable?

Publication by Werner Weidenfeld

Weidenfeld, Werner. America and Europe: Is the Break Inevitable? Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers, 1996.

01.12.1996 · Bertelsmann Forschungsgruppe Politik


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A success story at the crossroads - the partial erosion of the relationship between Europe and America is undeniable. Even declarations of mutual friendship are no longer are no longer enough to hide the emerging sings of alienation between the two continents. What can be done to give a new form to the transatlantic partnership and to take it successfully into the next century?

Werner Weidenfeld, an acknowledged expert in the political scenes on both sides of the Atlantic, takes an unforgiving look at the European-American relationship. Tracing the partnership from its origins to the present day, he casts light on the ongoing tension between harmonization and dramatization, closeness and distance. This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand transatlantic relations.


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