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This is a presentation of the results of an international conference on the ""New Transatlantic Agenda"" organized in Brussels in July 1996 by the Centre for European Politics and Institutions (CEPI) of the University of Leicester, in co-operation with the Directorate-General I of the European Commission and Kluwer Law International. While most of the chapters are revised versions of papers presented at the conference, some were commissioned afterwards in order to address several relevant issues which could not be covered adequately within the time-limited framework of the conference. The book provides an analysis both of the innovative elements of the New Transatlantic Agenda and of the main challenges that EU-US relations will have to face at the turn of the 21st century. While the main focus is on whether the New Transatlantic Agenda constitutes an adequate response to these challenges, this volume also explores the necessary conditions for a successful long-term implementation of the Agenda and asks what lessons can be drawn in this respect from previous experiences in transatlantic co-operation.;This volume aims to make a contribution to the discussion of the future of the transatlantic relationship, whose quality is likely to depend on the capability of both sides to respond with new approaches - such as those laid out in the New Transatlantic Agenda - to inevitable changes in both the bilateral and global contexts.