The EU and US: Friends or Rivals?
The Iraq war exposed deep divisions within Europe and across the Atlantic. Donald Rumsfeld coined the description of the ‘old’ Europe versus the ‘new’ Europe and for the first time there were senior figures in the US administration doubting whether a strong, united European voice was in the interests of America. Even before Iraq there were increasing divisions between the EU and US covering the UN, the international criminal court, Kyoto, a number of arms control treaties as well as a plethora...[Show more]
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