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For more than forty years the security alliance of the North Atlantic Treaty symbolised the common interests of Western Europe and the United States, and provided the context for all transatlantic political and economic relations. Yet the loss of a common enemy in the Soviet Union forced a reconsideration of the purpose of Nato and the mutual interests between Europe and the United States. These contributions build on this post-Cold War reframing of transatlantic relations offer a multi-faceted study of the values, purposes, milieus and networks that underlay the Atlantic Community after 1945. For a long time the notion of “Atlantic Community” was a widely used phrase denoting a taken-for-granted state of affairs—the West in front of the Soviet threat —with very little conceptual clarity behind it. In particular, the chapters consider what it meant, how the transatlantic intellectual and policy-making elites sought to convey it to their national publics, which circles supported it, and what the effects were in social life as a whole.

Edited by Valérie Aubourg, Gérard Bossuat and Giles Scott-Smith

Contributors :
Frédéric Attal
Valérie Aubourg
Volker Berghahn
Gérard Bossuat
David Burigana
Cornélia Constantin
David Ellwood
Catherine Fraixe
Victor Gavin Munte
Andrew Johnston
Gert van Klinken
Bernard Ludwig

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  • 17,6 x 23 cm

  • 528 pages

  • 35 €

  • octobre 2008

  • ISBN 2-9523726-7-5

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