Time is Ideal for United States, Europe to Establish New Security Partnership
Feb 5, 2009
An Agenda for Action
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During the course of 2008, the RAND Corporation and the Bertelsmann Foundation's Venusberg Group sponsored a series of U.S.-European discussions examining future security challenges confronting the United States and Europe in the context of the election of a new American president. This report, published by Bertelsmann Stiftung, refers to those discussions and seeks to define the substance and parameters of a new security partnership between the United States and Europe as well as to outline an agenda for action for the new partnership.
Originally published as Revitalizing the Transatlantic Security Partnership: An Agenda for Action, December 2008, A Venusberg Group and RAND Corporation Project.
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