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Hoover Institution Press. Yet, as this book argues, the deep cultural roots of European anti-Americanism predate contemporary partisan concerns. Anti-Americanism in Western Europe is not just a friendly disagreement, but a widening chasm
Hoover Institution Press. Anti-Americanism in Europe: A Cultural Problem. by Russell A. Berman. Monday, March 1, 2004. In this revealing look at the deep divide that has emerged, Russell Berman explores the various dimensions of contemporary European anti-Americanism. Anti-Americanism in Western Europe is not just a friendly disagreement, but a widening chasm. This book makes a major contribution to understanding this important ideological challenge.
Several worthwhile books have been published as a result such as ANTI-AMERICANISM by Jean Francois Revel. While Revel's book is more polemical in nature, ANTI-AMERICANISM IN EUROPE by Russell Berman is more empirical and analytical. Unfortunately, despite some good points, it is also extraordinarily dull. Berman makes several points that can be found elsewhere but provides some unique analysis. Anti-Americanism has been on the upswing since the collapse of Soviet communism for a couple of reasons.
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Berman, Russell . Anti-Americanism - Europe, Anti-Americanism - Germany, Europe - Relations - United States, United States - Relations - Europe, United States - Politics and government - 2001-2009 - Public opinion. Hoover Institution Press. The German perception of the United States since September 11 and the European context - Not just a friendly disagreement : anti-Americanism as obsession - Democratic war, repressive peace : on really existing Anti-Americanism - Saddam as Hitler - Anti-Americanism and the movement against globalization.
Anti-Americanism in Europe. This book argues that the deep cultural roots of European anti-Americanism predate contemporary partisan concerns
Anti-Americanism in Europe. Stanford University Stanford, California. This book argues that the deep cultural roots of European anti-Americanism predate contemporary partisan concerns. Of course, there is always room to debate particular policies, but European political culture frequently draws on a reservoir of stereotypes and caricatures about the United States that can mobilize an underlying animosity.
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In his analysis of Europe's ambivalence toward jihadist terror and the spread of aggressive Islamism, with particular emphasis on the European responses-or lack thereof-to this violent anti-modernism, Russell A. Berman describes how some European countries opt for appeasement and apologetics, whereas others muster the strength to defend their way of life and stand up for freedom. He describes a complex continent of different nations and traditions to further our understanding of the range of reactions to Islamism.
Anti-Americanism in Europe: A Cultural Problem (Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 2004). Enlightenment or Empire: Colonial Discourse in German Culture (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998) - Outstanding Book in German Studies Award of the German Studies Association, 2000. Cultural Studies of Modern Germany: History, Representation, and Nationhood (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993). Modern Culture and Critical Theory: Art, Politics, and the Legacy of the Frankfurt School (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989).
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Since September 11, 2001, the attitudes of Europeans toward the United States have grown increasingly more negative. For many in Europe, the terrorist attack on New York City was seen as evidence of how American behavior elicits hostilityand how it would be up to Americans to repent and change their ways. In this revealing look at the deep divide that has emerged, Russell A. Berman explores the various dimensions of contemporary European anti-Americanism. The author shows how, as the process of post-cold war European unification has progressed, anti-Americanism has proven to be a useful ideology for the definition of a new European identity. He examines this emerging identity and shows how it has led Europeans to a position hostile to any "regime change" by the United Statesno matter how bad the regime may bewhether in Serbia, Afghanistan, or Iraq.
Berman details the elementssome cultural, some simply irrationalof this disturbing movement and tells why it is likely to remain a feature of relations between the United States and Europe for the foreseeable future. He explains how anti-Americanism operates like an obsessive prejudice and stereotype, impervious to rational arguments or factual proof, and shows how the negative response to U.S. policies can be traced to a larger, more deeply rooted movement against globalization. Anti-Americanism in Western Europe is not just a friendly disagreement, it is a widening chasm. This book makes a major contribution to understanding this important ideological challenge.
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