Transatlantic Relations 2009: European Expectations for the Post-Bush Era. EPIN Working Paper No. 20, November 2008
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AbstractThe new US administration most likely will reach out to its European partners on many global and bilateral issues. President-elect Barack Obama will most likely demand more substantive and increased contributions from the European allies to a multitude of key projects: from stabilising Afghanistan and waging the war on terror to devising global solutions to the financial crisis and managing the rise of China. [Introduction]. Based on surveys conducted in 15 member states and of the European Union as a whole, this working paper (published in November 2008) explores what the EU and its individual member states expect from the United States in the post-Bush era. Individual case studies outline the concrete issues and fields of action that Europeans seek to address in the transatlantic format.
Multiple, Author. (2008) Transatlantic Relations 2009: European Expectations for the Post-Bush Era. EPIN Working Paper No. 20, November 2008. [Working Paper]