Two renowned statesmen, John Kennedy and Charles de Gaulle, did most to symbolise a lingering difference in attitude towards the Atlantic nexus. The French President called for a European Europe — one devoid of American influence. The American President, on the contrary, advocated an Atlantic partnership that would bring the two sides of the North Atlantic more closely together.
KeywordsUnited States Custom Union Global Power Political Union Global Balance
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