Table of contents for The limits of Atlanticism : perceptions of state, nation, and religion in Europe and the United States / by Gret Haller ; translated by Alan Nothnagle.

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Table of Contents
Foreword
Foreword to the English edition
1.	Bosnia 
 From Strasbourg to Sarajevo 
 Background 
 After Tito
 Monolithic Ethnic Identity 
 The Alternative 
 Astonishing Observations 
 
2.	Transatlantic Differences 
 State, Nation, and Religion 
 Freedom and Attachment 
 Law and Morality 
 Should We Grow Together or Stay Apart? 
3.	The "Western Europe/East Central Europe/United States" Triangle 
 Bosnia in the Transatlantic Tug-of-War 
 Community and Statehood 
 The Future of the Nation in Europe 
 Freedom through Shared Sovereignty 
4.	Western Europe 
 The Role of Statehood 
 The Pivotal Role of "Law" 
 The French Revolution Continues 
 Intellectual Offerings, Sense of Mission, and National Interest 
Afterword
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Europe -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Europe.
Human rights -- Europe.
Human rights -- United States.
Religion and state -- Europe.
Religion and state -- United States.