• Cover; Contents; Contributors; Editors' Note; 1 Introduction Old Barriers, New Openings; Scope, Orientation, and Coverage; The Longer View; Envoi; 2 The Unnoticed Apogee of Atlanticism? U.S.-Western European Relations during the Early Reagan Era; West-West Tension over East-West Conflict; A Working Relationship; A Very Multilayered Relationship; European Overrepresentation; Conclusions; 3 More Cohesive, Still Divergent: Western Europe, the United States, and the Madrid CSCE Follow-Up Meeting; The Madrid Meeting: Assessment of Its Results; A Western Common Front; Transatlantic Disputes
  • Not a Common Vision and StrategyConclusion; 4 The Deal of the Century: The Reagan Administration and the Soviet Pipeline; American Objections; Domestic Backlash; Allied Reactions; UK Reaction; Reactions of France, Italy, and West Germany; Conclusions; 5 Poland's Solidarity as a Contested Symbol of the Cold War: Transatlantic Debates after the Polish Crisis; The Polish Crisis and the Redefinition of the Western Consensus; Solidarity and the West German Peace Movement; Solidarity and France's Anti-totalitarian Moment; Polish Intellectuals and the Rise of Human Rights; Conclusion
  • 6 The European Community and the Paradoxes of U.S. Economic Diplomacy: The Case of the IT and Telecommunications SectorsConflicting Industrial Interests and Strategies; American Trade Protectionism and EC Industrial Policies; The Renewal of the Export Administration Act; Pressing for Bilateral and Sectorial Reciprocity; U.S. Worries about the New EC Policies; The Community Incapable of Adopting a Defensive Instrument; A 'High-technologies' Group to Smooth out Disagreements; American Pressure for Telecommunications Liberalization; The EC's Attitude toward the Paradoxical U.S. Policy
  • Balancing between Protectionism and Liberalization, Bilateralism and Multilateralism, Regionalization and Globalization7: The European Community and International Reaganomics, 1981-1985; Reaganomics; The Impact of Reaganomics in Western Europe; The Reception of International Reaganomics in Western Europe; Western Europe's Diverse and Diverging Criticisms; Conclusions; 8 Did Transatlantic Drift Help European Integration? The Euromissiles Crisis, the Strategic Defense Initiative, and the Quest for Political Cooperation; The Making of a Crisis: Transatlantic Relations in the 1970s
  • Helmut Schmidt and the Fear of European Geopolitical VulnerabilityDual-track as a European Ploy in Transatlantic Disguise?; Superpower Rivalry and European Networks for Peace; The Failed Revival of EPC and the Move toward WEU; The Strategic Defense Initiative as a Challenge to Western Europe; Conclusion; 9 A Transatlantic Security Crisis? Transnational Relations between the West German and the U.S. Peace Movements, 1977-1985; The Crisis of D├ętente and the Crisis of Transatlantic Relations; The West German Peace Movement: "with America against America"37
  • The U.S. Peace Movement: The Unilateral Multilateralists
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