February 11, 2014

Is France America's New Special Relationship?

Pierre Haski, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Call it the unlikely – or unexpected – "special relationship". France and the United States have more than 200 years of common history, and it all started with a love affair, followed by numerous rows and permanent suspicion.

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TAGGED: Francois Hollande, France, United Kingdom

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