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Both Americans (70%) and Europeans (74%) opted for strengthening the United Nations (Photo: EUobserver)

Europeans question American global role

Europeans have grown more critical of US global leadership, while American support for a strong European partner has increased over the last year.

This is the conclusion of the Transatlantic Trends 2003 survey, which was conducted in June 2003 by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Compagnia di San Paolo, based in Turin, Italy.

8,000 individuals from the United States and seven European countries: Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, a...

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Lisbeth founded EUobserver in 2000 and is responsible to the Board for effective strategic leadership, planning and performance. After graduating from the Danish School of Media and Journalism, she worked as a journalist, analyst, and editor for Danish media.

Both Americans (70%) and Europeans (74%) opted for strengthening the United Nations (Photo: EUobserver)

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Lisbeth founded EUobserver in 2000 and is responsible to the Board for effective strategic leadership, planning and performance. After graduating from the Danish School of Media and Journalism, she worked as a journalist, analyst, and editor for Danish media.

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