European Views of Preemption in US National Security Strategy

Guertner, Gary L.
June 2007
Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Summer2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p31
Academic Journal
The article presents the European views on the policies and actions supporting the preemption of U.S. national security strategy. It focuses on the transatlantic fraction over preemption and criticism on the part of the European community. It determined that before Western unity can be effective against the different threats from radical Islam, Europe and America should bridge the differences of their strategic cultures


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