Western European Integration: Implications for U.S. Policy and Strategy

Western European Integration: Implications for U.S. Policy and Strategy

Western European Integration: Implications for U.S. Policy and Strategy

Western European Integration: Implications for U.S. Policy and Strategy

Synopsis

Startling changes are taking place in Western Europe; this study argues that the U.S. strategic response should be no less dramatic. Collins describes a creation of a new type of political organization and contends that this new model is dynamic enough to rival older historical paradigms. Western Europeans are making massive changes in their international arrangements to permit a natural evolution of national cultures along with the development of an intra-European culture. These changes have already affected the way the United States looks at the world diplomatically, and they may soon alter the general thrust of U.S. military strategy with regard to NATO. Collins asserts that U.S. military strategy must change because the world is changing, and the increasing power of Western Europe is a major factor in the equation.
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