European euphoria over Barack Obama’s historic election has reached fever-pitch levels. European Union leaders, normally reserved in their response to other country’s elections, have gushed praise on the President-elect and seem anxious to begin working together. Some commentators claim that Obama’s election represents a "new dawn" for US-European Union relations. Will history bear out these expectations? One might argue that the road is tougher than it looks. Please continue.

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