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"Primacy or Order? American Power and the Global System after Iraq"

Book Chapter, Unilateral Actions and Military Interventions: The Future of Non-Proliferation, pages 87-127

Author: Steven E. Miller, Director, International Security Program; Editor-in-Chief, International Security; Co-Principal Investigator, Project on Managing the Atom

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: International Security

 

To gauge the prospects for the transatlantic relationship, it is necessary first to understand the essential sources of potential discord in the divergent European and American perspectives. And above all it is the dominant views in Washington that must be recognized and understood if the prospects for Euroatlantic harmony and cooperation are to be realistically appraised.

What perceptions, preferences, and priorities of the Bush administration are potential or likely sources of transatlantic misunderstanding and disagreement

The answer to this question comes in seven parts.

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For Academic Citation:

Miller, Steven E. "Primacy or Order? American Power and the Global System after Iraq." Chap. in Unilateral Actions and Military Interventions: The Future of Non-Proliferation. Bari, Italy: Servizio Editoriale Universitario, University of Bari.

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