Does America Still Need to Worry So Much About Europe?

Mar 29, 2021

In this article for The National Interest, U.S. Global Engagement Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev assesses the current state of the transatlantic relationship. He argues that Europe's centrality to American national and economic security is drawing to a close and this rebalancing will be a critical geopolitical challenge for the U.S. national security establishment.

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