Europe, though a small continent in terms of geography, encompasses some 50 nations and territories comprising the world's largest economy. From the North Atlantic coast to the shores of the Caspian and Mediterranean Seas, Europe includes converging and diverging political, economic, and cultural histories, alliances, and ideals. U.S. relations with Europe and its multifaceted nations, peoples and institutions—such as NATO and the European Union—are among the most comprehensive and strategically important partnerships in the world.
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The Euro Crisis
The West's Mediterranean Challenge
2012, Cesare Merlini and Olivier Roy , eds.
How National Politics Nearly Destroyed the Euro
2012, Carlo Bastasin
2012, Jonathan Laurence
A Transatlantic Problem?
2011, Federiga Bindi and Irina Angelescu, eds.
2011, Federiga Bindi
Assessing Europe's Role in the World
2010, Federiga Bindi, ed.
Political and Religious Challenges in Contemporary France
2006, Jonathan Laurence and Justin Vaisse
The Next Phase
2006, Koji Watanabe, Roderic Lyne and Strobe Talbott
America, Europe, and the Crisis Over Iraq
2004, Jeremy Shapiro and Philip H. Gordon
How Communist Planners Left Russia Out in the Cold
2003, Fiona Hill and Clifford G. Gaddy
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