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Title Shoulder to shoulder : forging a strategic U.S.-EU partnership / edited by Daniel S. Hamilton
Published Washington, DC : Center for Transatlantic Relations, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, 2010

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Description xix, 344 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Pt. 1 Forging a strategic U.S.-EU partnership. The setting the United States and Europe in a G20 world / Daniel S. Hamilton and Frances G. Burwell Forging a strategic U.S.-EU partnership an agenda for action Ten initiatives The thickest weave in the web U.S.-EU governance for a new era / Daniel S. Hamilton and Frances G. Burwell -- Pt. 2 European and American perspectives. Transatlantic resiliance. The emerging Atlantic security agenda joint challenges / Tomas Ries Partner or pushover? EU relations with the U.S. on internal security / John D. Occhipinti Beyond anti-terrorism ensuring free and resilient societies / Bengt Sundelius Economic and financial issues. The Transatlantic economic challenge / Bruce Stokes and Hugo Paemen Is it time to (re)consider a TAFTA? / Charles P. Ries Comparing the EU and U.S. response to the financial crisis / Karel Lanoo Dollar versus euro? reserve currency diversification / Cinzia Alcidi and Daniel Gros Energy sustainability. A shared vision for energy and climate change establishing a common Transatlantic agenda / John Lyman China's impact on global resources and a green new deal / Sascha Müller-Kraenner Security challenges. A shared security strategy for a Euro-Atlantic partnership of equals / Simon Serfaty and Sven Biscop Preventing crises and managing conflicts U.S.-EU cooperation / Daniel Korski U.S.-EU cooperation in managing and resolving conflicts / Daniel Serwer and Megan Chabalowski A wider vision. Supporting democracy abroad Transatlantic cooperation at a crossroads / Thomas O. Melia Strengthening EU-U.S. policies for development / Miguel Solana and Vicente Palacio Extending the Transatlantic agenda to Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean / Vicente Palacio Harnessing process to purpose. Organizing a more strategic U.S.-EU partnership an American perspective / Charles P. Ries Organizing a more strategic U.S.-EU relationship a European perspective / Marcin Zaborowski
Summary "This volume generates new ideas and thinking about the roles of the United States and the European Union in a changing global environment. How can the United States and the ED reconcile European integration with a reorientation of transatlantic relations to forge a more effective strategic partnership that addresses global challenges?" "This book is the result of a unique collaborative project among U.S. and European think tanks looking at EU and U.S. responses to globalization and the need for a more effective and strategic U.S.-ED partnership. Contributors examine a wide range of topics, from economic and financial governance, justice affairs, and human rights to bilateral security cooperation, energy and climate change, development and humanitarian assistance and issues of transatlantic homeland security and resilience. They offer concrete recommendations." --Book Jacket
Notes "Atlantic Council of the United States, Center for European Policy studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Center for transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University SAIS, European Union Institute for Security Studies, Fundacion Alternativas, Prague Security Studies Institute, Real Instituto Elcano, Swedish Institute of International Affairs."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- European Union countries.
Author Hamilton, Daniel S. (Daniel Sheldon), 1955-
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies. Center for Transatlantic Relations.
ISBN 098413414X
9780984134144