The United States And France Have Shared A Long And Often Tempestuous Relationship But Have Always Managed To Work Through Their Differences Because They Have Shared Western Values And Similar Interests However, For Much Of The 1990s, It Was No Longer Apparent That They Supported The Same Interests Or Even Viewed The Fruits Of The Enlightenment In Quite The Same Way The War On Terrorism Has Further Polarized French And American Perspectives, And Policy Differences Over The Bush Doctrine, Iraq, Israel, Russia, And Other Issues Could Tear The Fabric Of This Alliance Apart.
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- Reluctant Allies and Competitive Partners: U.S.-French Relations in the Post-9/11 World (IFPA Institute for Foreign Policy Analys)
- Jacquelyn K. Davis
- 09 August 2017 Jacquelyn K. Davis