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Originally posted by Mr.E
The European Union in theory is suppose to create a unified Europe. Now of the news that many european countries are contracting with each other militarily (sharing ideas) and economically. We know France is feverishly trying to be a world player once again (by going against the U.S. on the Iraqi war, and now foraging friendships with our untrustwory friend, the Russians)shouldn't this be seen as a threat to the U.S. power in the world?
and if so, how do you believe the U.S. should respond to this threat? This will only spur a new arms race, and as far as we know the U.S. is already back into Nuke production.
Originally posted by quango
If they end up creating a better system of government/life/liberty how is it a threat?
If it works out, maybe the US should join the EU.