By Jonas Gahr Støre
In the November 7 congressional elections, we saw American democracy in action. The election results show that the people of the United States want a changed course. Although foreign policy issues were far more prominent now than before, the big changes are hardly mentioned. But still, we can expect course adjustments when it comes to the war in Iraq and the fight against international terrorism.
Relations with the United States are central to our foreign policy. The United States is our security pillar, but at the same time much more than that, historically, economically, culturally and as a political actor in many matters of great. . .
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