La France et la Défense de l'Europe

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La France et la Défense de l'Europe

By François de Rose
Seuil, 1976
121 pp.

A fresh and important contribution to the ongoing debate (stirring especially in France) on European defense and its American connection. The author speaks with authority, having been French Ambassador to NATO (1970-1975) and previously intimately involved with the political aspects of France's force de frappe. Now retired from government service, he defines with knowledge and subtlety a French policy which, without giving up independence of decision-making authority, would permit closer cooperation within the Atlantic Alliance and increased momentum toward a common European defense.

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