Rosenfeld, Stephen S.
March 1983
Foreign Affairs;Spring83, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p489
This article focuses on the challenges of the administration of U.S. President Ronald Reagan. U.S. allies in Europe and Japan have more relative power to compete with a battered American economy than they had. Early public division within the Reagan Administration, combined with usual European disarray, prevented that challenge from being met, and by mid-1982 the NATO Alliance was embroiled in acrimonious dispute over the projected pipeline to bring gas from Siberia to Western Europe.


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