US Secretary of State John Kerry called Saturday for a "transatlantic renaissance" in which the United States and Europe jointly tackle shared threats, from wars and poverty to climate change.
"In order to meet today’s challenges both near and far, America needs a strong Europe, and Europe needs a committed, engaged America," Kerry told a security conference in Germany.
"That means turning inward is not an option for any of us. When we lead together, others will join us. But when we don't, the simple fact is few are prepared or willing to step up."
Transatlantic ties have been seen...