Philippart, Eric. (2001) "Reforming the modes of U.S.-EU cooperation: An assessment and evaluation of the 1995 NTA". In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Recent international developments on specific environmental and defense issues (concerning respectively the Kyoto protocol and the U.S. plan for the development of an anti-missile system) have been perceived by many in Europe as the resurgence of U.S. unilaterlaism. Even if these events do not affect the core of U.S.-EU relations, there is a growing anxiety about possible spill-over or domino effect. There is therefore a critical need for assessing and evaluating the record of the New Transatlantic Agenda, established in 1995 to organize a closer partnership between the U.S. and the EU.
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