59 Int'l J. [i] (2003-2004)

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VOLUME LIX NUMBER I WINTER 2003-2004
Making the best of difference: A new start for
transatlantic relations
HENNING RIECKE
Americans and Europeans must stop acting like caricatures of
themselves if they are to achieve a relationship of trust and
cooperation.
27       Addicted to security: Globalized terrorism and the
inevitability of American unilateralism
FRANK P. HARVEY
Washington will continue to see a need to go it alone, but it does
want legitimacy. Canada has something to offer and to gain.
59       Tony Blair, Iraq and the special relationship: Poodle or
partner?
JANE M. 0. SHARP
Has Blair's slavish devotion to an illusory special relationship
made Britain something ofa pariah in the international
community?
87       Planet Earth: Russia and transatlantic relations
VYACHESLAV NIKONOV
Russia is doomed to remain an independent centre ofpower,
though increased cooperation with the United States and other
transatlantic countries is the only sensible approach.
105      France and the US: The inevitable clash?
THIERRY TARDY
The Iraq war forced France to confront the challenges of
constructive disagreement in a unipolar world.
127      Friendship under strain or fundamental alienation?
Germany-US relations after the Iraq war
MARKUS KAIM
The German-American conflict over Iraq was only the tip of the
iceberg. This is a transatlantic rift that runs deep.

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