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Atlantis Lost: U.S.-European Relations After the Cold War

Atlantis Lost: U.S.-European Relations After the Cold War

Edited by James Chace and Earl C. Ravenal

New York University Press (for the Council on Foreign Relations), 1976, 273 pp.

Thoughtful but rather repetitive essays, by ten American experts including Stanley Hoffmann and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Most of the authors eschew hortatory rhetoric while speculating about the unknowable future. None believe a closer U.S.-European relationship is probable.