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Reconcilable Differences: U.S.-French Relations in the New Era

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The authors of this study examine how national identity, political culture and diplomatic style strain ties between Washington and Paris. They prescribe a set of policy and procedural remedies and lay out a strategy for sustaining more constructive collaboration.

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Michael Brenner is professor of International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. Guillaume Parmentier is head of the French Center on the United States (CFE) at the Institut Francais des Relations Internationales in Paris and professor at the University of Paris II.



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The authors of this study examine how national identity, political culture, and diplomatic style strain ties between Washington and Paris. They prescribe a set of policy and procedural remedies and lay out a strategy for sustaining more constructive collaboration.



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The U.S.-French relationship is unique in mixing elements of rivalry and cooperation. Historical allies and comrades in arms, the United States and France are often fractious and quarrelsome.

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Titre: Reconcilable Differences: U.S.-French Relations in the New Era
Sous-titre: U.S.-French Relations in a New Era
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Code EAN: 9780815712534
ISBN: 978-0-8157-1253-4
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Brookings Inst
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 208
Poids: 231g
Taille: H231mm x B155mm x T12mm
Année: 2002

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