Europe without Thatcher

Lawday, D.
December 1990
U.S. News & World Report;12/31/90, Vol. 109 Issue 26, p58
Questions whether the United States yet understands how rapidly Europeans are discarding old notions of sovereignty and how stiff a challenge the US will face from a European Union of nearly 400 million citizens. What happens to the American economy no longer determines what happens in Europe; World trade and farm-subsidies; Western security arrangements; German financial domination.


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