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Recent Highlights

A few Atlantic Review posts you might have missed during the holiday season:

The Big Picture:
"The Strongest Trans-Atlantic Relations..."

The Future of Transatlantic Relations

Exaggerating Anti-Americanism

South Asia:
Europe has no Pakistan Policy, US has a Bad One

War for Dummies: Step 1, Fighting Is Necessary 

Afghanistan: Fighting is Not Most Important

Arrogant Germans See Their Country as a World Power

Contemplating Germany with Nukes

Tom Cruise Receives "Courage" Award in Germany

France, Kosovo, Turkey and Climate Change:
Sarkozy Makes Premature, Unnecessary, Familiar Statement on Kosovo

Does Turkey See the United States or Europe as a More Reliable Partner?

Climate Sanctions Proposed Against the United States and the European Car Industry