Table of contents for Perceptions and policy in transatlantic relations / edited by Natividad Fernãaandez Sola and Michael Smith.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
List of abbreviations
1.	Introduction
2.	Aliances, Perceptions and Current Frictions
Robert Jervis
3.	Foreign Policy and Transatlantic Relations: A Matter or Perceptions, Images, Objectives and Decisions
Rubén Herrero de Castro
4.	An American View of Transatlantic Relations
Robert J. Lieber
5.	Trends on European Foreign and Security Policy since September 2001
Michael Smith 
6.	How Transatlantic Relations Can Reinforce the EU Role as an International Actor
Natividad Fern ndez Sola
7.	Perceptions on US Policy, Transatlantic Relations and Alliance Security Dilemma
David García Cantalapiedra
8.	The End of the Euro-Atlantic Pluralistic Security Community? The New Agenda of Transatlantic Security Relations in the Global Political System
Carla Monteleone
9.	Terrorism and Homeland Security
Carlos Echeverría Jesús
10.	Putin¿s Energy Policy in European and Transatlantic Perspective
Alex Marshall
Note of the contributors
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations -- Europe.
Europe -- Foreign relations -- United States.
National security -- International cooperation.
Security, International.