Repairing the Damage : Possibilities and Limits of Transatlantic ConsensusMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdelphi series: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (105 p.)ISBN: 9781134974054Subject(s): Europe -- Foreign relations -- United States | Nuclear nonproliferation | Security, International | United States -- Foreign relations -- Europe | War on Terrorism, 2001-2009Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Repairing the Damage : Possibilities and Limits of Transatlantic ConsensusDDC classification: 327.4073 LOC classification: JZ5588 .R47 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Glossary; Acknowledgements; Introduction Ten Propositions for Transatlantic Consensus; Chapter One Beyond the War on Terror; The common struggle; 'Root causes'; The limits of democracy; Terror, rights and the rule of law; The social geography of terrorism; Chapter Two Confronting Proliferation; Pre-emption and preventive war; Iran; Strengthening the non-proliferation regime; The NPT's fragility; Chapter Three State Failure, State-building and Democratic Change; The six most dangerous places in the world; Triage; The art of the possible
Conclusion Ambitions and Limits of a Transatlantic PartnershipAppendix IISS Transatlantic Steering Group and Workshop Participants; Notes
The damage that has been done to the transatlantic alliance will not be repaired through grand architectural redesigns or radical new agendas. Instead, the transatlantic partners need to restore their consensus and cooperation on key security challenges with a limited agenda that reflects the essential conservatism of the transatlantic partnership during the Cold War and the 1990s. There will inevitably be big challenges, such as the rise of China, where transatlantic disparities in strategic means and commitments preclude any common alliance undertaking. Yet such limits are nothing new. Th
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