This book is about the strategic importance of NATO-Europe and why Western Europe should continue to remain the primary geographic area of importance in U.S. national security planning. It argues that making fundamental changes in U.S. security commitment to Europe would not be in U.S. interests.
1. The NATO Consensus Under Attack 2. U.S. Strategy and the Role of Europe 3. The Strategic Importance of Europe to the United States 4. The Contribution of Western Europe to Its Own Defense 5. Policy Initiatives for NATO in the Future 6. Summary