Transatlantic rift: How to bring the two sides together

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Publication Date 2003
ISBN 1-901-229-47-5
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The Iraq conflict divided the West into two hostile camps. Charles Grant shows how human error and longer-term economic, political and military changes have undermined western unity. He argues that Europeans and Americans can heal the wounds by working together on common problems such as Iran, Iraq, the Middle East peace process, weapons of mass destruction and the principles of military intervention. He concludes with a plan for restoring the Entente Cordiale between Britain and France.

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