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Atlantic Partnership UK Breakfast Series:
Bob Dudley, CEO of British Petroleum, spoke at an Atlantic Partnership event on Tuesday, 15 October. Read more.
  • Nato chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen warns of 'two-tier' force
    by Julian Borger


    THE GUARDIAN - Secretary general echoes US concerns about Europe and says UN 'must be ready' to step in when Gaddafi falls. Read more.

  • A leap of faith? Divergent EU and U.S. choices on nuclear power
    by Thomas Legge


    THE GERMAN MARSHALL FUND — Germany’s decision last week to phase out nuclear power has sharpened the differences between Europe and the United States on energy policy. Read more.

  • Europe must continue to do justice to Ronald Reagan's legacy
    by János Martonyi


    THE TELEGRAPH — HUNGARY — It would be wrong to view the changing relationships between Europe, the US and the world’s emerging economies in 'zero-sum' terms. Read more.

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