SIMON SERFATY is Professor of U.S. Foreign Policy with the Graduate Programs in International Studies at Old Dominion University. He also serves as Senior Associate and Director of European Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. Professor Serfaty has published extensively on current foreign affairs issues. Among his publications are Taking Europe Seriously (1992) and After Reagan: False Starts, Missed Opportunities and New Beginnings (1989).
Stay the Course: European Unity and Atlantic Solidarityby Simon Serfaty
Serfaty argues that U.S. interests in Europe have become so significant as to create an increasingly common Euro-Atlantic space from which disentanglement is no longer possible. The reality of this space does not mean an "Americanization" of Europe any more than it does the "Europeanization" of America. Serfaty points to the ways the United States is connected to Europe, the areas of friction, and the outlook for future common interests and joint approaches to challenges throughout the world.
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