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The United States and Europe (Foreign Affairs Books)

Editors: , Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs, and James F. Hoge Jr.

The United States and Europe (Foreign Affairs Books) - the-united-states-and-europe-foreign-affairs-books

Publisher Foreign Affairs

Release Date January 2001

Price Out of Print

135 pages
ISBN 0876092881




Europe's Endangered Liberal Order
Timothy Garton Ash,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1998

Bank on Democracy
Sheri Berman and Kathleen R. McNamara,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1999

Come Together
Elizabeth Pond,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 2000

The Degeneration of EMU
Niall Ferguson and Laurence J. Kotlikoff,  Foreign Affairs  March/April 2000

The Italians in Europe
G. Frederico Mancini,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 2000

Their Own Army?
Philip Gordon,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 2000

The French Exception
Sophie Meunier,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 2000

Europe, The Necessary Partner
William Wallace,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 2001

Despotism in Brussels?: Misreading the European Union
Andrew Moravcsik,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 2001

The False Crisis Over the Atlantic
Anthony F. Blinken,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 2001

The Real Crisis Over the Atlantic
Dominique Moisi,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 2001

The Minister and the Terrorist
Andrei S. Markovits,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 2001

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