EA September 2012

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Perspectives: THE CHANGING NATURE OF THE TRANSATLANTIC DIALOGUE—Time to Reassess and Revive

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Since the end of the Clinton Administration in 2000, the relationship between the European Union and the United States has significantly changed. Indeed, the very nature of the “dialogue” itself has been altered.

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Perspectives: The U.S. Election—As Seen By A European

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michaelwhiteOnly six weeks to go, thank goodness. Foreigners don't have a vote in US presidential elections, although some behave as if they do and most non-Americans know that the outcome will affect their own lives one way or another. We care, and we also enjoy a good political horse race when we see one.

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Western Balkans Beat Slow, Unsteady Path Toward EU Membership

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The EU has made more headlines in the American media this year than perhaps at any time in its history.   With markets and governments jittery about the future of the EU single currency, the euro, there has been a flurry of EU summits peppered with seemingly endless talks on bailout terms and treaty changes. And the future of the EU has been in play.

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