June 6, 2014

The Not-So-Special Relationship

Cohen & Scheinmann, The American Interest

The Associated Press

Seventy years ago, D-Day marked the pinnacle of the U.S.-UK “special relationship.” Today British military power is a shell of its former self.

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TAGGED: United States, UK, World War II, Normandy Beaches

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