Europe Plays Grown-up

May 1978
New Republic;5/6/78, Vol. 178 Issue 18, p5
Focuses on attitude of German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt's towards U.S. President Jimmy Carter's economic and social policies. Report that Carter tried to persuade Germany to stimulate its economy in order to provide an engine for world economic recovery; Comment on the European attitudes toward the U.S. energy and nuclear policies; Report that the U.S. policies discriminate against energy-dependent countries which need nuclear power to run their economies; Concern for the European diplomats for the U.S. commitment to defend Europe; Comment that the European worries arise from the possibility that the U.S. might allow the Soviets to achieve nuclear superiority in the European region.


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