Introduction: Europe Confronts Terrorism
In the three-plus years since 11 September 2001, international support for the US campaign against terror could, on the surface, appear schizophrenic. Le Monde’s famous headline from 12 September 2001, ‘We are all Americans now’, can be sharply contrasted with the French attitude in early March 2003, when President Jacques Chirac said he would veto any UN Security Council resolution that threatened war against Iraq.
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Notes and references
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