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U.S. - EU Relations : Drifting Apart? Disssociative and Associative Approaches

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Published in Winand, P. & Philippart, E. Ever Closer Parnership. Policy-Making in US-EU Relations. Brussels: European Interuniversity Press/Peter Lang. 2001, p. 363-385
Collection Cité européenne / European Policy; 24
Abstract This chapter exposes exaggerations and sometimes even the objectives errors which have appeared in the 'dissociative approach' : those researchers who have wrongly predicted a dislocation of the transatlantic link after the end of the Cold War. This study mainly analyses the reasoning which led to affirm that NATO was condemned to disappeart, that the Uruguay Round agreement would never be concluded,and that the US were commited to torpedo both European Singlem Market and the Single Currency.
Keywords European integrationNATOTransatlantic HistoryTransatlantic relationsEuropean Union PoliticsRealism vs Anti-RealismExternal Relations of the EUUSAEU Relations
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ISBN: 978-9052019383
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SCHWOK, René. U.S. - EU Relations : Drifting Apart? Disssociative and Associative Approaches. In: Winand, P. & Philippart, E. (Ed.). Ever Closer Parnership. Policy-Making in US-EU Relations. Brussels : European Interuniversity Press/Peter Lang, 2001. p. 363-385. (Cité européenne / European Policy; 24) https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:41030

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