U.S. Allies


Robert Kagan
* Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
* Author, Power and Weakness in the June-July issue of Policy Review (An article about the growing gap between the United States and Europe from the June-July issue of Policy Review.)

John Andrews
* Correspondent for the Economist Magazine in Paris, France

Constance Stelzenmuller
* Foreign Policy and Security Editor, DIE ZEIT, a german newspaper

The U.S. and Europe have a long history of cooperation on military security, economy and cultural matters. But, lately they've had a lot to disagree about, from Iraq to trade to how to fight terrorism. So, what does the U.S. want from Europe, and what does Europe want from the U.S.? And can both partners get what they want?



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