The transatlantic bargain and defense of the West
in Defense of the West (second edition)
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The first chapter presents a definition of the context for the book, examining the origins and meaning of the “transatlantic bargain” and how the transatlantic alliance fits into various approaches to alliance theory. It then looks at the many aspects and roles of the alliance that have evolved over more than seven decades.

Defense of the West (second edition)

Transatlantic relations from Truman to Trump

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