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Social Media: Europe: European Union

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for the Europe/European Union Region

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Bridge between Cultures
Just when Eastern Europeans are at long last joining the club, the West is busy dismantling itself. We say: not so fast. Author encourages Europe and the United States to 'renew their vows' to meet th... Read More...

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European Union Defense Policy: An American Perspective
Policy Brief on the development and implications of European common foreign and security policies for NATO and the US. By Leslie S. Lebl. (Cato Policy Analysis, 6/24/04) Read More...

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Bulgaria Faces EU Entry Hurdles
Bulgaria, as a hopeful candidate for admission to the EU, is re-examined. The judicial system and corruption are mentioned as the root of EU hesitancy to permit Bulgarian accession. By Albena Shkod... Read More...

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Why Russia Gains From a Yushchenko Victory
Upcoming Ukrainian Presidential campaigns causes bewilderment and confusion of where Russia should place its support. In the past, Ukraine has fluxuated their foreign policy, engaged in oligarchical ... Read More...

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The Ties That Fray: Why Europe and America are Drifting Apart
The factors that contribute to the weakening partnership between the US and Europe are analyzed. By Stephen M. Walt. (National Interest, No. 54, Winter 1998/1999) Read More...

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The Imbalance of Power
On the prospects for effective American-European relations. By Stephen M. Walt. (Harvard Magazine, 3/2004) Read More...

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Revitalizing Transatlantic Relations: Bridging the Divide
On the future utility of the transatlantic partnership. By Mitchell B. Reiss. (State Department, Remarks to the German Council for Foreign Relations Berlin, Germany, 5/11/2004) Read More...

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Ironies of Sovereignty:the European Union and the United States
The sources of the widening Euro-American breach are said to lie in the nature of their domestic societies and their state structures, and in their very different conceptions of sovereignty. By Robert... Read More...

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Unipolar Versus Unilateral
This article is the second part of a two-part analysis of multilateralism in transatlantic relations based on a presentation at Princeton University in October 2002. By John Van Oudenaren. (Policy Rev... Read More...

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