U.S. and European Countries: Overview, Policy and Implications


Francisca Warner (Editor)

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues

BISAC: POL011000

This book looks at the background of various European countries and their relationship with the United States.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Background and U.S. Policy
(Sarah E. Garding)

Chapter 2. Bulgaria: An Overview
(Sarah E. Garding)

Chapter 3. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania: Background and U.S.-Baltic Relations
(Derek E. Mix)

Chapter 4. France and U.S.-French Relations: In Brief
(Paul Belkin)

Chapter 5. The Greek Debt Crisis: Overview and Implications for the United States
(Rebecca M. Nelson, James K. Jackson and Paul Belkin)

Chapter 6. Northern Ireland: The Peace Process, Ongoing Challenges, and U.S. Interests
(Kristin Archick)

Chapter 7. Kosovo: Background and U.S. Policy
(Sarah E. Garding)

Chapter 8. Poland: Background and U.S. Relations
(Derek E. Mix)

Chapter 9. U.S. Military Presence in Poland
(Andrew Feickert, Kathleen J. McInnis and Derek E. Mix)

Chapter 10. Spain and Its Relations with the United States: In Brief
(Derek E. Mix)

Chapter 11. The United Kingdom: Background, Brexit, and Relations with the United States
(Derek E. Mix)

Chapter 12. Brexit and Outlook for a U.S.-UK Free Trade Agreement
(Shayerah I. Akhtar, Rachel F. Fefer and Andres B. Schwarzenberg)


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