Kennedy, the European Allies, and the Failure to Consult
Frank Costigliola reexamines the Cuban missile crisis and other issues in the Kennedy administration's relations with Western Europe. From a close reading of primary documents, he concludes that the assumptions of U.S. officials conditioned them to avoid serious consultation with the Europeans.
Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order, Robert Kagan Reviewed by Frank Costigliola
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