Introduction

  • Geir Lundestad

Abstract

From 9 April to 12 April 1997, the Norwegian Nobel Institute held a Nobel Symposium at Sanner, outside Oslo, under the title ‘The United States and Western Europe: Cooperation and Conflict: Past, Present, and Future’.

Keywords

Europe Alan Libya 

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