The Agenda for the EU-US strategic partnership

Álvaro de Vasconcelos (ed)
Content Type
European Union Institute for Security Studies
Nothing is perhaps more fundamental to EU foreign policy than the imperative of defining a common agenda with the US. Unfortunately, however, in Europe relations with the United States are marked by ideological divergences or antagonisms which are largely a legacy of the Cold War era. But such a rift is clearly dysfunctional in a polycentric world, which is no longer characterised by a bipolar world order, but by the need to define much larger coalitions, across ideological divides, than just the Euro-American one.
Foreign Policy, Cold War, Bilateral Relations
Political Geography
United States, America, Europe