It is time for a summit to renew the transatlantic commitment by defining a new, more equal balance of influence over transatlantic affairs. America need not fear that outcome; indeed, it hearkens to the bold vision America created with its allies at NATO's conception. The United States must lead in defining a new direction by welcoming the added power of the EU.
Completing the Transatlantic Bargain: The United States and European Security
Joshua Spero is a visiting assistant professor of government at Dartmouth College and worked at the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1994 to 2000. All three authors were members of the Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, during the 1990s.
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Charles Barry, Sean Kay, Joshua Spero; Completing the Transatlantic Bargain: The United States and European Security. Current History 1 March 2001; 100 (644): 129–136. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2001.100.644.129
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