The perspectives of Kennedy and de Gaulle, as exemplified by the excerpts from these pivotal speeches, effectively bracket the conduct of transatlantic diplomatic relations during the 1960s. The processes of European integration during the 1960s, fuelled by national economies that had overcome post-war reconstruction and rearmament, posed a series of dilemmas for the continuing projection of US power across the Atlantic.

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