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The Fractured Alliance
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Debate and analysis of the causes and consequences of the U.S.-Europe divide.

Of Martians and Venutians

In a Web-exclusive debate, Robert Kagan, the author of the acclaimed and controversial Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order, exchanges email with one of his most prominent critics, the British journalist Will Hutton.

 
The U.S. and Europe: Worldviews Apart?

Since Sept. 11, 2001, the United States and its European allies have moved from a newfound feeling of solidarity in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks to a historic rift over the U.S.-led war on Iraq. Many are now questioning whether the trans-Atlantic alliance has a future, and whether the U.S. and Europe can find a path back to mutual respect and cooperation. Here, to address these questions, are excerpts from FRONTLINE's interviews with policy analysts, diplomats, and journalists from both sides of the Atlantic.

 
Elsewhere on the Web

A collection of links to articles and resources on the current trans-Atlantic divide.

 

 

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