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Foreword [to come] INTRODUCTION Anti-Europeanism in America and Anti-Americanism in Europe Simon Serfaty I. AMERICAN VISIONS OF EUROPE 1. American Visions of Europe after 1989 John L. Harper 2. Iraq and Beyond: "Old Europe" and the End of the U.S. Hegemony Christopher Layne 3. Reconciling November 9 and September 11 Daniel S. Hamilton II. EUROPEAN VISIONS OF AMERICA 4. Dilemmas of a Semi-Insider: Blairite Britain and the United States Christopher Hill 5. Diverging Visions: France and the United States after September 11 Guillaume Parmentier 6. A German Revolution Waiting to Happen: Visions of America after September 11 Michael Stuermer 7. Italy and the United States: From Old to New Atlanticism-and Back Marta Dassù and Roberto Menotti 8. Through Russian Eyes and Minds: Post-9/11 Perceptions of America and Its Policies Dmitri Trenin CONCLUSIONS Contrasting Images, Complementary Visions Christina V. Balis About the Authors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Foreign relations Europe, Europe Foreign relations United States, International relations, Security, International, United States Military policy, War on terrorism, 2001, World politics, 1995-2005