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by John Palmer

eBook Europe Without America?: The Crisis in Atlantic Relations ePub
Author: John Palmer
Language: English
ISBN: 0192158945
ISBN13: 978-0192158949
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1st US Edition edition (February 18, 1988)
Pages: 232
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.8
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Europe Without America is the first book to explore this crisis in detail, examining European attitudes toward .

He is a policy consultant to a group of European television companies on a proposed series on the future of Europe.

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Europe Without America?: The Crisis In Atlantic Relations. Europe Without America?: The Crisis In Atlantic Relations. An intelligent exposition of important minority views that would find themselves attracted to Gorbachev's invocation of "this common house, Europe. The book-despite its bias, oversimplification and occasional historical lapses-can be read as a useful challenge to any kind of complacent Atlanticism.

This book analyses the historical background to the current relations between the United States and its European allies. Palmer is concerned that these developments pose great dangers to Europe but he also sees exciting new opportunities.

Coauthors & Alternates.

George Bernard Shaw, Harlequin Or Patriot? by John Palmer. ISBN 9781146258388 (978-1-146-25838-8) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010. Coauthors & Alternates.

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O’Brien was Co-Chairman of the US Department of State Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan. He served as a presidentially appointed member of the US Cultural Property Advisory Committee

O’Brien was Co-Chairman of the US Department of State Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan. He served as a presidentially appointed member of the US Cultural Property Advisory Committee. In 2005, O’Brien was nominated by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the Senate to serve as a US Representative to the United Nations General Assembly, where he worked with Ambassador John Bolton. Earlier in his career, O’Brien was a senior legal officer with the United Nations Security Council in Geneva, Switzerland.

Personal Author: Palmer, John, 1938-. Publication Information: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1988. Europe - Foreign relations - United States. United States - Foreign relations - Europe. Europe - Foreign economic relations - United States. United States - Foreign economic relations - Europe. United States - Foreign relations - 1981-.

Europe Without America? The Crisis in Atlantic Relations. Calleo's book ponders how to think about this future. The book begins by considering the rival "lessons" and trends that emerge from Europe's deeper past

Europe Without America? The Crisis in Atlantic Relations. Oxford and New York: Oxford Uni-versity Press. A Year After Iraq War: Mistrust of America in Europe Ever Higher, Muslim Anger Persists. The book begins by considering the rival "lessons" and trends that emerge from Europe's deeper past.

Europe's confidence in America has eroded dramatically in the last decade. Nixon's monetary policies of the 1970s, the huge American deficit, and the recently imposed protectionist measures which threaten an all-out trade war have had a devastating effect on European attitudes toward America, as have Reagan's Star Wars program and his foreign policy. Indeed, as John Palmer points out, the Atlantic Alliance is facing a major crisis which may force America to withdraw from Europe. Can this crisis be headed off? And if not, what must Europe do to prepare for the future? Europe Without America is the first book to explore this crisis in detail, examining European attitudes toward American superpower politics and outlining the choices facing Europe in a rapidly changing world. Palmer discusses the American economic, political, and security policies that fueled the growing disenchantment in Europe...explores the causes of Britain's decline to one of the weakest economies in western Europe...traces the history of Eastern Europe since World War II, and shows how individual countries in the Communist bloc are now bypassing COMECON to trade directly with the West...and evaluates the failure of the European Community to form a united Europe that could stand on an equal footing with America and the Soviet Union. These developments pose enormous dangers, but also offer exciting new opportunities: will the world split up into increasingly protectionist and antagonistic states, or will a new European unity emerge, embracing not only Western Europe, but also Europe east of the Iron Curtain? As Palmer points out, there has been very little public debate about the kinds of political, economic, and security policies Europe would need in the wake of an American withdrawal. In his trenchant and thought-provoking analysis, he enumerates the options available--and challenges Europeans to begin thinking now about their future without America.
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