European integration and the Atlantic community in the 1980s
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European integration and the Atlantic community in the 1980s / edited by Kiran Klaus Patel, Kenneth Weisbrode.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: Old barriers, new openings / Kiran Klaus Patel and Kenneth Weisbrode
- The unnoticed apogee of Atlanticism? : US-Western European relations during the early Reagan era / N. Piers Ludlow
- More cohesive, still divergent : Western Europe, the United States, and the Madrid CSCE follow-up meeting / Angela Romano
- The deal of the century : the Reagan administration and the Soviet pipeline / Ksenia Demidova
- Poland's solidarity as a contested symbol of the Cold War : transatlantic debates after the Polish crisis / Robert Brier
- The European community and the paradoxes of American economic diplomacy : the revealing case of the IT and telecommunications sectors / Arthe van Laer
- The European community and international Reaganomics, 1981-5 / Duccio Basosi
- Did transatlantic drift help European integration? : The Euromissiles crisis, the strategic defense initiative, and the quest for political cooperation / Philipp Gassert
- A transatlantic security crisis? : Transnational relations between the West German and the US peace movements, 1977-85 / Holger Nehring
- Reviving the transatlantic community? : The successor generation concept in US foreign affairs / Giles Scott-Smith
- The re-launching of Europe in the mid-1980s / Antonio Varsori
- A shift in mood : the 1992 initiative and changing American perceptions of the European community, 1988-9 / Mark Gilbert
- France, the United States, and NATO : between Europeanization and re-Atlanticization, 1990-1 / Frederic Bozo
- Afterword / Kiran Klaus Patel and Kenneth Weisbrode.