October 23, 2012

U.S. Must Not Forget Old Allies

David Miliband, London Evening Standard

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Europe is in for a tough few years. But the wrong-headed austerity that is the quicksand for European economies (in contrast to the US) will play itself out. Europe remains the world’s largest richest single market. And countries across the Atlantic divide have a massive shared interest in standing up for accountable government, open societies and international responsibility.

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