Today’s world is dependent on an America that can rally around a compelling vision, adapt, and prosper again.
What Warsaw would value most would be a new U.S. administration that recognizes the EU as a security partner, and actively supports its efforts to revitalize European ambitions.
The impact that America’s next president will have on various areas of French national interests will likely be less significant than in the past.
Rather than worry about the implications of diminishing U.S. engagement, the EU should focus on preparing for this challenge and should welcome the opportunity to develop a more equitable partnership with the United States.
Barack Obama’s ratings may be low in Europe but his star is already beginning to shine again, all thanks to Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger.