Europe must continue to do justice to Ronald Reagan’s legacy: it would be wrong to view the changing relationships between Europe, the US and the world’s emerging economies in ‘zero-sum’ terms

By János Martonyi Tuesday, 06 July 2011 THE TELEGRAPH HUNGARY — Yesterday, Britain paid tribute to a great leader of the free world, President Ronald Reagan. My country has also unveiled a statue of President Reagan to mark his centennial. The moment had special poignancy for Hungarians. President Reagan was a decisive factor in helping us […]

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Nato chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen warns of ‘two-tier’ force: Secretary general echoes US concerns about Europe and says UN ‘must be ready’ to step in when Gaddafi falls

Julian Borger Wednesday, 15 June 2011 THE GUARDIAN Nato’s secretary general has warned that continued disparity in US and European defence spending might lead to a “two-tiered alliance” in which American and European troops would not be able to fight effectively together. In a Guardian interview, Anders Fogh Rasmussen echoed the fears expressed last week […]

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