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The North Atlantic Drift

Author: William Drozdiak, President, American Council on Germany
January/February 2005
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To repair the damaged transatlantic alliance, the second Bush administration must rediscover the values of Republican internationalism. Fortunately, the recent enlargement of NATO and the EU gives Washington a great chance to buttress the allies' economic ties, security strategy, and foreign policy.

William Drozdiak is the new President of the American Council on Germany in New York City. Previously, he was Executive Director of the German Marshall Fund's Transatlantic Center in Brussels.

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