Challenges to European Unity: Options for U.S. Policymakers
Liao, Vivian Tzehsuan
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The United States and Europe have shared a long history of cooperation and mutual interests. They stand united in their commitment to the values such as liberty, democracy, and the preservation of human rights. They are aligned as world leaders, in trade, security, and politics and have formed some of the most powerful international organizations including the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The success of European integration and partnership with the United States serves as a successful model of cooperation in the face of shifting world orders. With complex challenges ahead, the U.S. and Europe are committed to cooperation as the most effective way forward. Rather than looking inward, the U.S. and European allies can achieve far greater results through a strong transatlantic alliance than by acting alone.
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