In 1946, Winston Churchill coined the phrase “the special relationship” to describe the unique bond between the U.S. and U.K. But there are signs that the new British prime minister, David Cameron, might not see it as quite so special.
While his Conservative Party's election manifesto spoke of the U.K.’s “strong relationship with the United States,” one of its key foreign policy goals is to “establish a new special relationship with India, the world’s largest democracy.”
In 2006, Cameron wrote about the need for improved ties with India in the left-leaning Guardian newspaper. “For too long, politics in this country has been obsessed with Europe and America,” he wrote. “Serious and responsible leadership in the 21st century means engaging with far greater energy in the parts of the world where Britain's strategic interests will increasingly lie.”
Asked by Anonymous at 5:35 PM on May. 11, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
When Cameron tries to move the UK away from socialism because he knows it does not work.
And Obama is trying to move us into socialism.
What do you expect?
Answer by Natesmom507 at 5:56 PM on May. 11, 2010
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 5:57 PM on May. 11, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 8:32 PM on May. 11, 2010
Answer by janet116 at 5:38 PM on May. 12, 2010