Transatlantic Bipolarity and the End of Multilateralism
John Van Oudenaren examines the trend toward the establishment of a bipolar relationship between the United States and its European allies, based on the consolidation of the European Union and the EU’s increased responsibilities for foreign, security, economic and monetary policy. He challenges the view that a bipolar transatlantic relationship, even if conceived of as a “partnership,” will be harmonious or will lead to a revitalization of the multilateralism that characterized the post-World War II period.
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