Evans, Ray
January 2005
Quadrant Magazine;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p44
Discusses the factors that contributed to the division between Western Europe and the U.S. Impact of the September 11 terrorists attack on foreign relations; Implications of the rapprochement plan to bridge the gap between the U.S. and the Franco-German alliance for Australian economy; Role of international organizations in easing problems with international trade.


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