PARDO DE NEYRA, Xulio, 'Evaristo Correa Calderon no sistema galerista do primeiro tercio de seculo XX: o ideario correano do atlantismo como resposta o mediterranismo hispano / Evaristo Correa Calderon in the Galicianist system of the first third of the twentieth century: the Correan ideology of Atlanticism
as a response to Hispanic Mediterraneanism', in De Toro Santos & Clark Mitchell, pp.
182) For Alegre, Atlanticism
reincarnates the quest and the dream of exchange and dialogue, at the heart of the Discoveries.
The world has already paid too high a price for the spirit of Atlanticism
in the those of any international authority.
But just as the great freeze had to congeal things not directly connected with state and military preoccupations, so its end must release ideas and emotions far removed from the cramped stereotypes of neo-liberalism and the shards of Atlanticism
On this outlook, see Priscilla Roberts, "The First World War and the Emergence of American Atlanticism
1914-20," Diplomacy and Statecraft 5:3 (November 1994), 569-619; idem, "The
Russia's first foreign-policy debate pitted Atlanticism
(or Westernism) against Eurasianism.
Washington, however, has pushed for NATO expansion as part of a larger agenda, the "new Atlanticism
," which identifies an enlarging Atlantic Alliance as part of a process of U.
was an American invention and bore an American signature.
has become one of the defining characteristics of the
He recently said that Britain needed to release itself "from that spell of default Atlanticism
," and warned of the "dangers of a subservient relationship with the United States.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are on the leading edge of the New Atlanticism
In addition to documenting this double gap, he seeks explanations for it in relation to national foreign policy traditions and strategic culture along four primary dimensions: territorial defense versus force projection as the purpose of the military, military versus civilian preferences of policy instruments, cooperation versus national autonomy as the basis for security policy, and Atlanticism
versus Europeanism as the arena for policy cooperation.