Poland and Current Transatlantic Relations
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Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2004, nr 1, s. 26-37.
"Exactly 40 years ago, President John F. Kennedy - while visiting Frankfurt - suggested that ties between the United States and Europę were so close and so essential that both sides should consider not only economic cooperation, but possibly even a political union between these two pillars of the West. He said that “we - Americans - do not regard a strong and united Europę as a rival but as a partner.” He even proposed that a declaration of interdependence be made between what he described as “the new union emerging in Europę and the old American union”."(...)
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