A Washington Post op-ed published Monday described Trump's UK visit as "a low moment" for the "special relationship," yet many in the UK are already wondering whether it is now time for a conscious uncoupling.
In a stinging editorial, a major U.K. newspaper is calling for the cancellation of President Donald Trump’s state visit to Great Britain.
Maybe they can start a tribute band?
It would be easy to chock up Hillary's maneuver as politics during the beginning of her presidential campaign and call it day. But there's something more to it than that.
The Treaty of Ghent did not result directly in the Special Relationship, but were it not for the mutual respect and collegiality begun in Flanders 200 years ago, the Anglo-American dynamics of this most recent century would not have been possible.
What does J Street's motto "Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace" really mean? That question calls for grasping the context of Zionism among Jews in the United States -- aspects of history, largely obscured and left to archives, that can shed light on J Street's current political role.
The British Parliament's rejection of an attack on Syria is a direct contrast -- and implicit challenge -- to the political war system of the United States. Now all eyes turn to Congress, where the bar has suddenly been raised.
The most graphic manifestations of the British and American collaboration have been the military alliances formed between
America has viewed the integration of Europe and the development of the European Union through Anglo-tinted glasses, a view that has proven to not be in the best interests of the United States.
Americans who study in the UK and Britons who study in the US are carrying the special relationship forward for future generations.