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The United States, Germany and France: Balancing Transatlantic Relations

Mahncke, Dieter

The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, February 2009, Vol.11(1), pp.79-93 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The United States, Germany and France: Balancing Transatlantic Relations
  • Autor: Mahncke, Dieter
  • Assuntos: France ; Germany ; United States ; Transatlantic Relations ; History & Archaeology ; International Relations ; Political Science
  • É parte de: The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, February 2009, Vol.11(1), pp.79-93
  • Descrição: Relations between the United States, France and Germany significantly determine the content and structure of the broader transatlantic relationship. Relations improved after the changes of government in Germany in 2005 and France in 2007, and they can be expected to improve further after the change of administration in the United States in 2009. Washington is likely to pay more attention to its European allies while these may become more involved in issues beyond Europe's borders. Sharing leadership will be the challenge for the United States, while bringing more intellectual and material input will be the challenge for the Europeans. At the same time, France and Germany will develop and maintain independent views. But if partnership is the aim on both sides of the Atlantic, a more promising relationship can be expected even where differences exist.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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