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II: To Germans, U.S. motives now suspect
Iraq war brings a role reversal that may not fade quickly
III. For Poles, an easy choice
But Warsaw's U.S.-Europe balancing act will get harder
IV. Britain rethinks its role
‘Bridging’ the Atlantic has cost Blair dearly
V. France: Friend or foe?
Calm returns, but some say it is just a lull
Jan. 22, 2003: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld tells reporters that France and Germany are part of "Old Europe."
NYT: 'Italian Schindler' now seen as Nazi collaborator
The story that a wartime police official helped to save 5,000 Jews during the Holocaust may just be a myth, according to a six-year review of evidence by a panel of scholars.
The European Union
Building a supernation
U.S. and Britain
Key dates in a 'special relationship'
Iranian-Americans focus on their new country
With elections in Iran Friday, Iranian-Americans expect a spate of stories to focus on their hopes for their homeland. But, by and large, they'd settle for some sign that their new homeland accepts them. By Michael Moran.