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European Union and the United States Competition and Convergence in the Global Arena

ISBN-10: 033396862X
ISBN-13: 9780333968628
Edition: 2008
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Book details

List price: $49.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 5/14/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Territorially, culturally, economically and militarily the European Union and the United States of America are dominant actors on the world stage. Their relationship is of central significance in all aspects of global politics and the global economy. Drawing on the latest research, Steven McGuire and Michael Smith assess how the relationship developed, how it is sustained and how it is expressed in a range of key policy areas.

List of Tables, Figures and Boxes
List of Abbreviations
Acknowledgements
Introduction
European Integration, Transatlantic Relations and the United States since 1945
Foundations: 1945-58
Partnership and Rivalry: 1958-1971
Change: 1971-85
From change to transformation: 1985 onwards
Overview and conclusion
Analysing the 'Euro-American System'
Components of the 'Euro-American System'
Processes, institutions and policies
Four Images of the 'Euro-American System'
Overview and conclusion
Trade
European Union trade policymaking and trends
The changing nature of American trade policy
The Brussels-Washington axis
Losing control - the move to a multipolar WTO
The EU, the US and disputes in the WTO
Overview and conclusion
Money and the Macroeconomy
The evolving role of the Euro
The US economy: living on borrowed money?
Managing the global economy
Overview and conclusion
Investment and Competition policy
Evolution of EU competition policy
Evolution of US antitrust law
Coordination and conflict
Applying Euro-American policies to the world
Overview and conclusion
Innovation
European innovation policy
The direction of European R&D
American innovation policies
The US search for competitiveness
From transatlantic to global innovation space?
Overview and conclusion
Regionalism and Interregionalism
The European Union as a regional power
The European Union and the new regionalism
The US as a regional power
George W. Bush and the new regionalism
Competition and convergence in a regionalized world
Overview and conclusion
The New Europe
The EC, the US and cold-war Europe
The EC/EU and the 'new Europe'
The US and the 'new Europe'
The EU, the US and European order: competition or convergence?
Overview and conclusion
World Order
The European Union and world order
The United States and world order
The EU, the US and world order: power and security
The EU, the US and world order: global governance
Overview and conclusion
The 'Euro-American System' and Beyond
Competition and convergence
New challenges and opportunities
Moving forward
Overview and conclusion: what kind of 'Euro-American system'?
Bibliography
Index

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