Transatlantic Relations And European Integration - Realities And Dilemmas (English) (Paperback)
By: George Voskopoulos
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The Cold War fortified the transatlantic community in the presence of a commonly perceived military threat, as Europe found in America an ally expressing a reliable casus foederis. Yet, the post-Cold War new world...Read more
The Cold War fortified the transatlantic community in the presence of a commonly perceived military threat, as Europe found in America an ally expressing a reliable casus foederis. Yet, the post-Cold War new world order envisaged in the early 1990s illustrated that European and American interests are dissimilar. The painstaking course to European integration resulted in Europe becoming a civilian power with limited intrusive and regulatory capabilities, structural power and exposed its inability to advance alternative views of the world. Europe has not strategically matured as it heavily relied on American "persuasive credibility" and eventually failed to conceptualize itself as a primus inter pares world player. At the same time, American interests were re-orientated in geopolitical crossroads with inherent importance to apply American grand strategy built on a strictly positivist view.
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