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Disasters, Education, Ethics, Identities, Japan, North-East Asia, Security policy, Social policy, Les études du CERI
Central and Eastern Europe, Europeanization, France, Germany, Political order, Regional integration, Russian Federation, Security policy, United States, Western Europe, Les Cahiers du CERI
David P. Calleo
What are the challenges facing the European Union with the end of the Cold War ? Will the Union be able to meet them ? What links should it maintain with the United States ? What type of relations should be established with Russia ?
The stakes are high: nothing less than international stability and world harmony in the next century. The challenges are of various kinds encompassing political, security, economic and institutional issues. In the first part of this study, the author analyses these challenges and argues for a European approach rid of the more unrealistic federalist ideas. In a second section he examines those states that will play major roles in Europe's future: Germany and France, within the EU, and, outside it, Russia and the United States. In doing so he attempts to evaluate Europe's ability to rise to the occasion.