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By M. Hampton

americans and Europeans understand danger otherwise. american citizens stay extra non secular than Europeans and usually nonetheless think their kingdom is providentially blessed. American safety tradition is comparatively solid and comprises the deeply held trust that existential hazard on the planet emanates from the paintings of evil-doers. the U.S. needs to as a result occasionally interfere militarily opposed to evil. the ecu Union (EU) safety tradition version differs from conventional ecu iterations and from the yank variation. the idea that of risk as evil misplaced salience as Western Europe grew to become extra secularist. Threats turned difficulties to control and unravel. The upsurge in anti-immigrant and anti-foreigner sentiment in the course of financial quandary undermines this model.

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