Thesis Title

Transatlantic Relations: An Assessment Of The Post-Cold War Transformations

Date of Graduation

Summer 2001

Degree

Master of Global Studies

Department

History

Committee Chair

Beat Kernen

Subject Categories

International and Area Studies

Abstract

The post-Cold War reevaluation of global priorities resulted in a new environment and consequently a changing agenda of transatlantic relations. The most profound and effective of these changes has been the drastically increasing importance of economic issues over those of traditional security. The independent European Defense and Security Policy together with the successful development ot the single European currency would signify the emergence of a new power center that would transform the current unipolar international system into a truly multipolar one.

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© Alexander Demishkevich

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