Transatlantic Drift or Dynamism?
Our top features on U.S.-European relations.
The United States and Europe both realize the need to mend fences. But given the recent track record of strained transatlantic dealings, will efforts to resuscitate a friendly relationship work — or have the two sides of the Atlantic drifted too far apart already? We take a look at different viewpoints on the past and future of the EU-U.S. alliance.
|Europe — As Irritating as Women’s Lib?
Four theses on where the United States stands vis-à-vis Europe.
|Looking Beyond NATO
Is a new U.S.-EU treaty needed to complement NATO?
|The Paradox of Transatlantic Relations
Will Europe ever be a superpower on par with the United States?
|The Transatlantic Yin and Yang
Are Europe and the United States headed in opposite directions?
|Reconnecting Paris and Washington
Is there more common ground between Europe and the United States than many might think?
|Europe and the United States: A Perfect Divorce
Will a second Bush term in the White House permanently mar transatlantic relations?
|Renewing the Transatlantic Security Partnership
Why do both the United States and Europe need a transatlantic alliance?