In the ten years since 1992, the process of European integration has tended to foster scepticism in the USA. The main US current affairs journals (see Di Leo, Il primato americano, 2000) portray European Governments as being weak in internal affairs (that is, above all, they have welfare states they cannot dismantle) and in competition with each other in foreign affairs (either they are jockeying for the leadership of Europe or they disagree about initiatives by individual members towards ‘rogue states’ such as Iraq, Iran and Libya): in Washington’s view, Europeans need the USA’s help on the international stage. (...)
Ruspini, P. (2002). Transatlantic Ties. CSD BULLETIN, 9(2), 17-18.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2002|
|Citazione:||Ruspini, P. (2002). Transatlantic Ties. CSD BULLETIN, 9(2), 17-18.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|