America and Britain: The Firm, Old Alliance

Ever since the Falkland Islands became the center of the world, several British politicians and journalists have wondered aloud, if politely, whether the U.S. is really on England's side in this matter. It is. Let it be said plainly, before the warships panic the sheep, that the ties between Britain and the U.S. are as strong as ever, and are not about to be impaired by the geopolitical stratagems of any particular Administration.

There is no nation in the world that the American people value more highly than Britain; none to which they feel deeper personal and moral kinship; none for which...

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