This edited volume is the culmination of an AICGS project examining perceptions of religious pluralism and religious fundamentalism in the United States and Germany, generously funded by the Transatlantic Program of the Federal Republic of Germany through the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology…

In foreign and domestic policy, the United States and Germany would appear to be drifting further apart. Despite their continuing economic interdependence, the rancorous transatlantic policy debates over such diverse issues as the Iraq war, the Kyoto Protocol and global climate change, UN reform, or the U.S. treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo have fueled a sense of mutual alienation, prompting observers on both sides of the Atlantic to wonder whether the United States and Europe continue to constitute a “community of values.”…

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