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Social changes in Europe responsible for transatlantic rift

Our growing transatlantic estrangement has less to do with George W. Bush's foreign policy than with deep social changes in Europe, contends Niall Ferguson in the current issue of The Atlantic Monthly. His examples: a growing number of Muslims (especially once Turkey joins the EU), and a tendency towards secularism even in traditionally catholic European countries like Spain.


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