By Marc Trachtenberg, Francis J. Gavin Frank Stanton Chair in Nuclear Security Policy Studies MIT, Christopher Gehrz, Wolfram Kaiser, Erin Mahan, Paul Pitman, Leopoldo Nuti, Georges-Henri Soutou, Hubert Zimmerman
Written by means of students from each side of the Atlantic, the paintings discusses the position ecu dependence on American aid performed within the background of ecu unification.
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In the 1950sEuropeanpolicy-makers stillpaidspecialattentionto signals fromWashington. The administration alsosoughtto shiftUS. Theseconsiderations, which inspiredthe famous“NewLook”in militarystrategy,alsodroveeffortsto rethinkforeigneconomicrelations. In Europetheimpactof rumors aboutpoliticalbattlesin the administration and Congressmay well have beenmoresignificant thantheUnitedStatesgovernment’s steadfast policies. Published in *Thatis, Belgium,France,Germany,Italy,Luxembourg, andthe Netherlands.
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Between Empire and Alliance: America and Europe during the Cold War by Marc Trachtenberg, Francis J. Gavin Frank Stanton Chair in Nuclear Security Policy Studies MIT, Christopher Gehrz, Wolfram Kaiser, Erin Mahan, Paul Pitman, Leopoldo Nuti, Georges-Henri Soutou, Hubert Zimmerman