March 13, 2012

An Alliance the World Can Count On

Obama & Cameron, Washington Post

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The alliance between the United States and Great Britain is a partnership of the heart, bound by the history, traditions and values we share. But what makes our relationship special - a unique and essential asset - is that we join hands across so many endeavors. Put simply, we count on each other and the world counts on our alliance.

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