Europe and the United States: The Emerging Security Partnership.
Europe and the United States; the emerging security partnership.
Praeger Security International
Oswald (European politics and international relations, Curtin U. of Technology, Australia) analyzes the international security aspects of US-European relations, arguing that an emergent Europe is now capable of managing its own security, allowing the US to disengage its military presence and adapt to a more balanced transatlantic partnership. He analyzes changes in the National Atlantic Treaty Organization alliance and the EU's Common Security and Defense Policy, discusses US approaches to European security under the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, and outlines the likely framework of future transatlantic relations.
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