Francja wobec partnerstwa transatlantyckiego w drugiej dekadzie XXI w.
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Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2014, nr 4 s. 189-205.
requires a “renovation” in the face of increasing globalization and new security threats. The European Union and the United States, being the natural pillars of a multipolar world, are aware of need to revive the mutual relationship. France as a one of the traditional European powers strongly determines the shape of transatlantic cooperation. This article attempts to identify the French point of view on the transatlantic relationship. French interests and their perceptions in the security area are important and needs to be taken into account. So then, how France views transatlantic relations? What goals France wants to achieve in the context of transatlantic cooperation? Why France is not “easy” partner for the United States? The article focuses on the issue of economic cooperation liberalization in the light of the EU - the U.S. free trade agreement (under negotiation) and the political and military aspects of cooperation focused around the NATO and the “European Defense” concept.
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