The project includes almost 30 contributions from prominent worldwide scholars assessing the state of EU US relations after the war in Iraq. These articles were commissioned at the meeting of the 25 EU Foreign Ministers at Rhodes in May 2003, during the EU Greek Presidency. EU US Relations offers answers to the major questions and thorny problem of the future of transatlantic relations. The book presents viewpoints from both sides of the Atlantic, from academics and politicians. It also offers the potential solutions as to the future of EU US relations and the strengthening and organization of the common foreign policy of the EU after the war in Iraq. GILLES ADREANNI DAVID ANDREWS EMILIOS AVGOULEAS SCOTT BARRETT DICK BENSCHOP TOM BENTLEY CHRISTOPH BERTRAM JAN DIRK BLAAUW ELMAR BROK JOHN BRUTON TED GALEN CARPENTER THEODORE A. COULOMBIS KEMAL DERVIS A.A. FATOUROS TIMOTHY GARTON ASH BRONISLAW GEREMEK MISHA GLENNY ALAN K. HENRIKSON CHRISTOPHER HILL STANLEY HOFFMANN DIMITRIS KONSTAS F. STEPHEN LARRABEE JONATHAN LIPKIN ANAND MENON KALYPSO NICOLAIDIS JOSEPH NYE GEORGE A.
PAPANDREOU Greek Foreign Minister GEORGIOS PAPASTAMKOS WILLIAM PFAFF FRIEDBERT PFLGER POTSDAM CENTRE FOR TRANSATLANTIC SECURITY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS SCHERLE R. SCHWENNINGER GEORGE SOROS JOSEPH STIGLITZ TRANSATLANTIC POLICY NETWORK (TPN) HELEN WALLACE
NIKOS KOTZIAS is Senior Expert Counsel at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Greece. He was Head of the Greek Foreign Ministry Think Tank on negotiations for the new European Convention. He was previously a Senior Fellow at the Weatherhead Centre for International Affairs, Harvard University and a Visiting Professor at the University of Marburg. PETROS LIACOURAS is a Lecturer in International Law at the University of Piraeus, Greece. His research interests include the management of national security and international law, the international law of the sea, state recognition and state succe